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
The card payment function is being removed from machines in Aberdeenshire car parks from 15 May. Options for paying for parking will be cash or the RingGo cashless parking app.
Turriff High Street will be closed for 2 weeks from Monday 1 September to allow resurfacing works to be carried out. Pedestrian access will be maintained and vehicle access to properties along the affected road will be maintained when possible and practicable to do so.
Aberdeenshire Council are asking visitors and residents of Turriff for their views on Turriff car parking facilities and charges as part of an ongoing review into car parking in Aberdeenshire. Aberdeenshire Council is reviewing car parking charges to ensure they help create turnover of the spaces, encouraging visitors and boosting economic vitality. Meetings with local […]
n0tice, the community noticeboard website is running a campaign to celebrate or change your local high street. The are asking people to post reports from the local high street showing something they want to celebrate or something they want to change. You can post reports by either going to highstreet.n0tice.com and creating a free account or by […]
Councillors at the Formartine Area Committee approved plans at their meeting held yesterday (Tuesday, June 26) which will see a new customer service point created in Turriff. The customer service point will act as a single access point for face-to-face contact between Turriff residents and the council. This will make it easier for residents to access […]
Most nights from about 9pm there is a constant parade of cars driving around Turriff, some people would use the term ‘boy racers’ but there isn’t a lot of racing going on, more cruising if anything. It seems to be a social gathering where young people meet up to show off their cars and drive […]
Esson Investment’s were granted planning permission for a 3000+ sqm supermarket on the old council depot off Market Street in Turriff in June. Do we need another supermarket in Town and what damage will this do the the High Street traders? Paul Gee, joint venture partner of Esson Investments, was reported to have said that, […]