Local garage wins national award

It has been announced that independent Stonehaven garage FirstDrive Cars has won the title of “Small Garage of The Year 2012” in a national competition.

The Fetteresso based company came first in the Motor Codes competition which was based wholly on customer feedback and fought off tough competition from a number of other garages across Scotland.

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Catterline Gala Funds Boost

The committee would like to thank everyone who helped with setting up, running, and packing up this year's gala and cartie race.  The weekend wouldn't be possible without your assistance.  We'd also like to thank all those who attended the gala and cartie race, your involvement and (hopefully your enjoyment) make  both events worthwhile.

The 2012 gala made a profit of  £1665.63.  The bank balance before the event was £2,949.06 and the balance is now £4,614.69. 

There is a surplus of £700 available to disburse to local causes.  If you would like to apply for funds please contact the gala committee before the end of August.  The committee will let you know whether you have been successful by the end of September.

The organisation for the 2013 gala will start soon, if you'd like to be on the committee please contact the current members.

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Todhead Lighthouse For Sale


Lighthouse near Catterline for sale
Kincardineshire Observer
The Todhead Lighthouse, eight miles south of Stonehaven and near Catterline, is up for sale with the option for the buyer to use it for residential or leisure use.

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The Bandit Steals the Show

Byron McKibben lifted the Connon's Shield for the fastest run down the brae in the 2012 Catterline Cartie Challenge. Beating off challengers from as far away as Lincolnshire and hi tech gravity racers including two former winners of the SCA Championship, Byron drove The Bandit to victory, snatching the win with Cartie Remedy's final run.

The Bandit has been a regular competitor at Catterline since it first appeared on 2006 and is well suited to the short and tricky course. It has always done well but has never quite made the top spot until now. Unfortunately a cone penalty on their first run put them out of contention for the best aggregate time, which went to Bitter and Twisted, beating Whiplash Trash into second place by just 0.03 seconds.

There were three sidecars competing this year, and two of them set the fastest times on the course. Monkey Business from Belchford in Lincolnshire set the fastest times, with Team Weasel coming close behind.

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Catterline Coos Showcased at Milton Gallery

Catterline Heilan' CoosLocal artist Jane Birrell shows a variety of new paintings amongst which feature our own 'Catterline Heilan' Coos'. These will be on display for two weeks in June at the Milton Of Crathes Art Gallery.