The Tarts and Crafts Café and Gallery team are now exploring several possibilities as to what our next public event should be.
What type of public event would you like to see hosted at the Tarts & Crafts Café and Gallery? All ideas are welcome, so please email email@example.com and we will discuss all suggestions at the next monthly meeting. Watch this space! Thank you again xx
The next meeting of Belhelvie Community Trust will be held on Monday 25th August at 7.30 at Tarts and Crafts Cafe in Balmedie.
I attach the agenda for this meeting, and the minutes of the last meeting held on 28th July
I also attach a copy of the BCT membership form. If you wish to join the Trust but have not yet completed a form, please fill it in and return to Allan Jeffrey at 8 Old Mill Crescent (it requires a signature so can’t be emailed) or to myself at 28 Whitehorse Terrace. I look forward to seeing you on Monday
The Gruffalo had a great time at the Balmedie Gruffalo trail last weekend. A large number of parents and children came to do the trail, find the clues and meet the Gruffalo. There may have been the odd occasion when he had to take a break for a cup of tea ( we have the evidence) and he seemed sometimes to answer to the name of Harry…. but all the time the kids were enchanted.
Plenty of facepaints, sparkles, dough cakes and activities kept everyone busy and mums and das seemed to drink gallons of tea and coffee, soup and ate loads of lovely buns and cakes.
All in all a great success for the Tarts and Crafts team. Congratulations.
Aberdeenshire’s Community Planning Partnership will be helping to run a Planning For Realevent at Potterton.
This is not the first Planning For Real event, but is to try and progress ideas from the community of Potterton and Belhelvie, building on previous occasions and information.
Planning For Real can help Aberdeenshire Council and the local Belhelvie Community Council by indicating what the community wants so that decisions can better reflect local views.
It can help Belhelvie Community Trust, (BCT) in developing projects and groups which will organise and deliver what people themselves have wanted.
Everyone who has an interest in the future of Potterton and Belhelvie should come along on October 11 and drop in to ” have your say” or to volunteer with Belhelvie community trust and create local groups to get things done locally.
Saturday 11th October 2014, Potterton Community Centre
If you want to know more about planning for real, please use the links below.
Hi folks, here’s our lovely new spruce, being lovingly tended by the volunteers at Better Balmedie currently. Soon to be sited in it’s permanent location off Eigie Road in time for it’s first Christmas this year – small but perfectly formed!
If you want to help Balmedie Lights Group, pleae contact them via either their Facebook Page at:
Tarts has had an enquiry as to whether there is any interest for a patchwork quilt making or haberdashery club. A relaxed sociable club to learn and make something beautiful at the same time! If interested please comment below or email firstname.lastname@example.org.