Users of NHS hearing aids will be able to pick up new batteries for the hearing aids from Aberdeenshire Libraries from Thursday 1 August
Aberdeenshire Council is running a survey about how people use the Service Point at Towie House and would like the views of Service Point users.
The Scottish Invasive Species Initiative (SISI) aims to support a network of local organisations and volunteers to engage with their local river and implement community-based, Invasive Non-Native Species (INNS) management over approximately 29,500 km2 of northern Scotland.
Turriff and District Community Council are running a Place Standard Conversation and would like your views on what you think is good and bad in Turriff. They want to hear from as many people from as many different age groups as possible.
A number of Aberdeenshire Council supported bus services are to be cut from April to meet council budget pressures. These include the 253 and 308 services in Turriff
The follow-up meeting to the changes to the Turriff Town bus service has been arranged for Tuesday 12 February at Turriff Primary School
The High Street toilets are set to reopen on Tuesday 13 November under the management of the Turriff and District Heritage Society and renamed Turra Loos
Bus users in Turriff should be aware that there will be significant changes to the 257 & 258 bus services in Turriff from 19 November.
Autumn Rover tickets, visit one attraction and get free entry to Grampian Transport Museum, Macduff Marine Aquarium, The National Lighthouse Museum at Fraserburgh, Fyvie Castle, Braemar Castle, Royal Lochnagar Distillery, Aberdeen Science Centre and The Gordon Highlanders Museum
Scottish Water is asking customers to use water wisely in their daily activities to help maintain supplies during the current period of hot summer weather. Following a sustained dry period without any significant rainfall, customer usage has increased significantly. With the current weather conditions forecast to continue, Scottish Water is encouraging people to take simple […]