Bottle Stall Donations Wanted

Bottle StallThe Gala is fast approaching and we would appreciate anything you can donate to the BOTTLE STALL

We accept anything in a bottle/jar/tin - Be it booze, jam, shampoo, water, even that "French muck" they call Mayonnaise!

All will be greatly received. To arrange collection contact Debbie on 07710833087 /  or by email, or if it is easier for you,  drop off at Mill of Uras Farm House (If we are not in just leave it in the greenhouse)

Many thanks,

Debbie & Phil Murray,  Mill of  Uras Farm House, Catterline

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Weekend Writing Retreat with Kenneth Steven

Kenneth Steven Writing RetreatBoswell House is delighted to welcome the well-known writer Kenneth Steven to lead this residential October weekend. A writing retreat is a chance to take time out from the hectic whirl of daily life to find the courage to engage with the imagination. It’s about doing so with kindred spirits, and it’s about learning more about the creative process and how we can develop our skills more effectively. Kenneth Steven, a poet and writer of fiction for adults and youngsters alike, has for many years facilitated intensive creative writing sessions, and published two handbooks on the sculpting and publishing of poetry. Please bring along some examples of your work- in-progress for sharing with Kenneth during one-to-one sessions, and also your favourite piece of writing by a writer other than Kenneth.

For further details and booking form, click here.

Catterline villagers pull together to clear road - Mearns Leader

Mearns Leader

Catterline villagers pull together to clear road
Mearns Leader
ENTERPRISING villagers in Catterline have gathered their resources and taken matters into their own hands, clearing the landslips that badly affected the small coastal community during the winter storms. Residents of the small coastal village gathered ...

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Creative Makeover Planned for Wind Farm

Wind turbineThe operators of the St John's Hill wind farm have agreed to allow a group of local artists to modify the newly installed turbines so that they make a dramatic statement about mankind and our place in the environment.

Details of the project are being kept under wraps until the unveiling planned for later this year. Rumours that the turbines are to be given yellow blades, an orange hub and a green pylon so they resemble enormous daffodils have been strongly denied.

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Catterline Book Group April Meet

This month's book for the Catterline Book Group is "The Unlikely Pilgrimage Of Harold Fry" by Rachel Joyce. We are meeting on Thursday 25th April 8.00p.m. at Gallaton Farmhouse - all new (or old) members welcome. For directions or further information phone Dot on 766528.
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