Turriff Town House Association have launched a new website to help keep the community in and around Turriff informed of their progress as they work with Aberdeenshire Council to bring the former council offices back in to the ownership of the community.
The website is regularly updated with progress reports from the committee, minutes from committee meetings and details of future events.
Interested parties can also sign up to receive an E-mail newsletter from the association keeping them informed of the latest news about the building transfer.
Mike Rawlins, Vice Chair of the association said
We hope that the website will allow us to keep people informed of the progress we are making in transferring the building from Aberdeenshire Council in to the ownership of the community.
We have made steady progress over the past year, working with officers from Aberdeenshire Council to write a robust business plan showing the value the building will add to the Turriff community. We are refining and updating our business plan and are now a lot closer to being able to take ownership of the building.
The website will become the focal point for all things we do over the coming months, we are publishing minutes & agendas or our meetings, relevant documents as well as promoting events held in the building.
We will be opening the building to the public on Sunday 29 June as the Queen’s Baton Relay visits Turriff, people will be able to visit the building have a look at the work we have done so far and get refreshments on what is going to be an exciting day.