Cartie Highlights Video

I've finally go around to doing something constructive with the pictures and videos taken at this year's Cartie Challenge and have produced a short highlights video. You can view it right here , or on YouTube. Enjoy.

Community Quilting

Oct 11 2006 - 8:00pm
Oct 11 2006 - 10:00pm
"Stitch and bitch", Catterline style! Wink
Come along a help finish the Community Quilt in time for next summer's Arts Festival.

Sun Shines on Catterline Cyclists

Catterline Cycle Ride This year's Catterline Cycle Ride was blessed with a truly glorious late September Saturday as 15 cyclists had a leisurely pedal around the Mearns, raising money for ChildLine in the process.
Everyone succesfully completed the course, with the fastest coming in at about 2 3/4 hours (although it wasn't a race). There were many comments on how beautiful the views were (although the hill out of Kirkton of Feteresso wasn't quite so popular!). Simon and Allison started out on the "short course" but were enjoying themselves so much that they decided to switch to the "long course" part way around.
Thanks to Jonathan for the pictures.
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Creel Inn Darts Night

Creel Inn Darts NightTo help keep us amused during the long dark nights Robert is running a Darts League on Wednesday evenings.
It'll be a local league for local people, no visiting teams etc ... just for fun ... starts Wed 11th October at 8pm ... running for aprox' 10 weeks with breaks for festive period etc.
Best of 10 weeks with competition format to be decided .. 1st night informal.
See you all there.
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Local email for local people

Ever wished you could keep your email address when you change ISPs?
Well now you can.
You can have your very own exclusive* "" email address that you can use regardless of who your ISP is.
There are two options;
  • email forwarding : The simplest option - your address just redirects mail to wherever you normally receive your email, e.g. your yahoo, hotmail or ISP account. When you change your email address, you just change the forwarding address on instead of having to tell everyone to update their address books (which they never do anyway).
  • POP3 mailbox : The slightly geeky option - you download your email from the server just like normal using Outlook, Outlook Express, Pegasus, Thunderbird or whatever email program you prefer.
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