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In this issue...... Clubs & Societies 3 Pastoral Letter 6 Church Details 6 Culloden Battlefield 8 What’s On 9 & 10 Cinema Listings 11 Chef’s Confidential 12 Council News 14 & 15 School Term Dates 16 Local Holidays 16 Tide Times 16 Useful Contacts 18 Advertisers Index 18 SAmPLe ADverT rATeS Box £30 Big Box £57 ¼ Page £104 ½ Page £195 Business Profile £333 Full Page £369 enhanced Listings in What’s On pages from £33 All rates are per month plus vAT and based on a Black & White 12 month series. Deadline for January issue is Wednesday 8th December Call 01309 690063 for more details. SpotLight on Buckie & Keith is published by Winterburn media Ltd, Comraich, Woodside Farm, Kinloss Iv36 3UA All material contained within the SpotLight magazines is subject to formal copyright restrictions and therefore the reproduction of any listings, editorial, advertiser artwork or any other content, without the publishers prior consent, will be considered to be a breach of copyright.

BANFFSHIRE FIELD CLUB Meets monthly at St Rufus Church Hall, Turner Street, Keith to explore the district, inquiring into its geology, botany, natural history, archaeology, etc. Contact Mrs K M Hawkes 840718 www.banffshirefieldclub.org.uk CULLEN BOWLING AND TENNIS CLUB Provides a service to anyone who is interested in Bowling and Tennis. Bowls, tennis rackets, balls and shoes all available. Contact Sandra Douglas 840118 FAITH AND LIGHT GROUP BUCKIE To provide an evening of respite care to the parents or carers of club members. 1st and 3rd Tuesday evening at 7pm. Contact Anne Gerrard 831124 FRISKIS AND SVETTIS Originating in Sweden, the aim is to get people healthy whilst having fun. Exercise to music, open to men and women. Fochabers Institute Tues 10am; St Rufus Hall, Keith Wed 9.30am and Thurs 10am; St Thomas Hall Thurs 7pm, contact Mandy tel: 882641 or visit www.fsaberdeen.co.uk. KEITH COMMUNITY CENTRE BOWLING CLUB Meets Wednesday and Thursday afternoon at Keith Community Centre. Contact Margaret Adam 887921

GRANGE BADMINTON CLUB Tuesday evenings, 7pm to 9.30pm, King Memorial Hall, Grange. Contact Chris Lancaster 870622 JOG SCOTLAND BUCKIE Meets on Tuesday 6.30pm at Swimming Pool car park, juniors meet on Monday 4.30pm at BHS Games Hall. Suitable for beginners. Tel: 842847 or email jsbuckie@walk jogrunmoray.org.uk JOG SCOTLAND KEITH Meets on Monday 6.30pm at Keith Community Centre, juniors meet at 6pm. Suitable for beginners. Tel: 870609 or email jskeith@walk jogrunmoray.org.uk KEITH AND DISTRICT AMATEUR ATHLETIC CLUB Meets Wednesdays, 7pm, Keith Community Centre Car Park, Annual subscription £15, Contact Club Secretary, Steven Taylor: Tel 832898, 07808 687036 www.walkjogrun moray.org.uk KEITH & HUNTLY TANG SOO DO Korean martial arts, teaching mental & physical training. £3. Thursdays, Royal British Legion, Keith. Juniors:5.15pm-6pm; Adults:6pm-7pm, contact Master Wilma McGregor tel: 0797 607 4694

LGBT MORAY Social networking group for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people in Moray. Monthly meetings 1st Tues. & 4th Thurs. The Cooperage Bar, High St, Elgin, 7.30pm; 2nd Weds. Scribbles, High St, Elgin,11am: 3rd Sat. Time Out Café, High St, Forres,10.30am. For further info tel: 07598418638, email us on lgbtmoray@gmail.com or find us on Facebook MARACAIBO Club for the over 50’s, Thursdays 1.30pm to 4pm, Longmore Hall, Keith ROTARY CLUB OF BUCKIE Meets every Monday evening at 5.30pm for 6pm in the Marine Hotel, Buckie. Visit our website at www.rotaryclub ofbuckie.org.uk ROYAL BURGH OF CULLEN PENSIONERS CLUB Meets first Tuesday of each month at 7pm, for the welfare of the elderly in Cullen. Contact Bunty Gardiner 840653 SILVER BAND Practice night, Sunday 6.30pm to 8.30pm, Longmore Hall, Keith SPEY BAY HALL General enquiries to Shona Kemp tel: 821070

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Bethlehem is situated on two hills and is 2361 feet above the level of the sea. The western hill is the Bethlehem of Scripture, while on the eastern elevation is situated the Basilica of the Nativity erected over the grotto. We may imagine that the Blessed Virgin and St Joseph, there being “no room at the inn”, left the town and came to a cave or stable on the eastern hill, which served as a place of refuge for shepherds and their flocks against the inclemency of the weather. From the earliest times, ecclesiastical writers bear witness to this tradition. St Justin who died in 165, said “Having failed to find any lodging in the town, Joseph sought shelter in a neighbouring cavern of Bethlehem” (Dialogue with Trypho 70). About half a century later, Origen wrote “If anyone desires to satisfy himself without appealing to the prophecy of Micheas, or to the history of Christ as written by his disciples, that Jesus was

Pastoral Letter and Church Meetings born in Bethlehem, let him know that, in accordance with the gospel narrative, at Bethlehem is shown the grotto where he first saw the light.” (Against Celsus I.51). Devotion to the crib is of ancient origin, but it remained to St Francis of Assisi to popularise it and to give to it the form which is known at the present time. St Francis arrived at Greccio on Christmas Eve, when, with the aid of his friend Giovanni Velita, he constructed a crib and grouped around it figures of the Blessed Virgin Mary and St Joseph, the ass, the ox, and the shepherds who had come to adore the new born infant. The legend relates that after having sung the words of the gospel, he knelt down to meditate on the sublime mystery of the birth of Jesus, and there appeared in his arms a child surrounded by a brilliant light. A painting by Giotto representing St Francis celebrating Christmas in Greccio is preserved in the Basilica of

Buckie Baptist Church meets Sundays 11am & 5.45pm. Contact Rev. V MacDougall Email bydand52@aol.com - Children are welcome to join us on Sunday morning at Rainbow Kids (0-5yrs) and Junior Church (5yrs upwards) Contact Irene 01542 840821 Buckie North, C of S, Cluny Square, contact Rev Gordon Mathew 831328 email jg.mathew@btinternet.com or Mr Graeme Gerrard (Session Clerk) 01542 831124 email graeme_gerrard@hotmail.com Buckie, Riverside Christian Church, Sundays 10.30am, contact 01542 833923 or visit www.riversidebuckie.org Buckie, St Peters Church RC contact 832196 Buckie Methodist Church Sundays 11am & 6pm, alternative Sundays at Portessie. Sunday School, Bible Studies, Prayer meetings, Study groups, Women's Guild, Men's Prayer Breakfast and House Groups Cullen & Deskford C of S every Sunday at 10.30am. First Sunday of Month in the Hall Church, every other Sunday in the Auld Kirk, 2nd and 4th Sundays in Jubilee Hall Deskford at 12noon, contact 01542 840193 or email:gordonmcneillg@btinternet.com Cullen Methodist Church, Seatown, Cullen, Buckie Sunday morning worship at 11am led by a Minister or an authorised Local Preacher; Coffee Morning Wednesdays 10am-11.30am; Guild Meeting Wednesdays 2pm; Activities for children are available as required. Findochty Methodist Church welcomes you to fellowship every Sunday morning at 11am. We also meet weekly every Wednesday from 2pm-3.30pm for fellowship and fun.

St Francis in Assisi. After his death in 1226, the custom of having the crib at Christmas spread widely through Europe. The simple celebration was not the first time the birth of Jesus was celebrated in a dramatic way, but Francis brought to the scene a vision that saw more than the pleasant tableau we now have. He wanted to show the hardships Jesus suffered already as an infant. In the daring phrase of St. Paul, he saw the emptying of the glory of the Son of God, born of a gentle mother but still thrown upon a stony and resisting world. In St Thomas Church in Keith, we construct a crib after the same Franciscan tradition, and you are are very welcome to come and see it. The Church is open from early morning till 4pm every day. Fr Maximilian McKeown Order of Friars Minor Conventual

Keith, Holy Trinity Episcopal, Family Eucharist 11.30am. Keith, C of S - North, Newmill, Boharm and Rothiemay North Church : Sunday 11am; Boharm Church : Sunday 9.30am (first Sunday of the month at Mulben village hall); Rothiemay Church : Sunday 9.30am, except the first Sunday in each month. Contact: Rev G Hutton Steel or email: knnbrchurch@btconnect.com Keith, C of S - St Rufus, Botriphnie and Grange St Rufus Church : Sunday 10.15am; Botriphnie Church : Sunday 11.45am (alternate Sundays); Grange Church : Sunday 11.45am (alternate Sundays), contact: Rev Ranald S.R. Gauld or email: kay_gauld@strufus.fsnet.co.uk Keith, St. Thomas’ Church RC, Vigil-Mass 9.30am and 6.30pm Confessions Saturday 10am on request. Portessie Methodist Church, Portessie, Buckie Sunday worship at 11am (with Sunday school) and at 6pm (alternately here & at Buckie). Portgordon Methodist Church, Portgordon, Buckie meets for Sunday worship at 11am, bible study meeting on alternate Mondays with the Church of Scotland congregation at 2pm, craft group meets on Wednesdays at 2pm Rathven Church of Scotland Sunday morning worship at 9.45am led by a Minister or an authorised Local Preacher. Sunday School outwith the local school holidays. Wee ones also very welcome. Contact Moira 01542 833956 or Ann 01542 831607

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Culloden Battlefield

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The 16th April 1746 is a date which has been etched deeply into the annals of this nation’s history due to the battle of Culloden and the far-reaching effects of its aftermath. Essentially the battle of Culloden was to end the possibility of restoring the Stuart household to the thrones of England and Scotland after a long period of risings which had begun with the deposition of James VII and II in 1689. The roots of this struggle between the Stuart and Hanoverian dynasties were steeped in religious and ideological differences. The battle lasted no more than an hour and saw the army of approximately 5-7,000 Jacobite soldiers robustly beaten by the 10,000 Government troops. It is estimated that 1,500 Jacobites were left dead compared to the 50 Government losses in the hour of battle. In terms of global conflict history, these are by no means a large number of losses or, indeed, even a large battle. It is perhaps due to the immediate aftermath of the battle that it has come to have such an extraordinary connection in Scottish history. To this day the battle still evokes strong emotions in many visitors and conjures strong support for Gaelic culture, which was irrevocably changed by the systematic ‘Pacification of the Highlands’ by the Hanoverian Government.

Scottish Tourist Board 5 Star Visitor Attraction. The project was funded by a wide variety of benefactors and, with backing from the Scottish Government, the European Union, Highlands and Islands Enterprise and Bòrd na Gàidhlig, as well as other generous donations from various trusts and sponsors. As well as these, donations were made by individuals; including many National Trust for Scotland members; and fund-raising projects were also set up which saw a large amount of support from Scottish descendants all over the globe. This gave the opportunity for inscribed stones and ceiling names to be displayed at the centre in exchange for donations to the Memorial Project. The visitor to the centre will be able to experience an incredible journey through the 1745 rising. The story is told through a plethora of interactive media. Highlights of this include: The ‘Character Stations’, which give the visitor first hand accounts of the key events; ‘Campaign Tables’, which show the movements of both armies during the campaign. Most notable are the four minute ‘Battle Immersion Film’, which puts the visitor right at the heart of the hand to hand fighting, giving the visitor a shock of emotions to bring the style of fighting and the ferocity of the battle to life; and the ‘Battle Table’, which shows the battle happening from an aerial viewpoint, clearly showing the movement of regiments and the tactical decisions that were made to create the outcome. As well as the modernistic use of museum technology there is a remarkable collection of weaponry and objects on show, and alongside this the costumed Living History presentations will be guaranteed to bring the story of Culloden to life. Having experienced all of this, the visitor can also take a handheld GPS guide onto the battlefield itself, giving them information at various points as they see for themselves the place where this infamous event took place.

Today, Culloden Battlefield is owned and cared for by Scotland’s leading conservation charity, The National Trust for Scotland. The Trust depends on membership, donations and revenue raised at the properties to protect, maintain and provide education and enjoyment at over a hundred unique and amazing sites throughout Scotland. At Culloden, the site is also a war grave and memorial to the fallen on both sides.

The visitor centre also boasts a well stocked shop which is famed for its excellent collection of books, a fully licensed restaurant and spacious rooms for corporate hire. More information on this and upcoming events, as well as opening times, can be found on the property website at www.nts.org.uk/culloden or by phoning 0844 493 2159.

Commemoration of such an event is of the upmost importance to the National Trust for Scotland. In December 2007 the Culloden Battlefield Memorial Project was successful in creating a state-of-the-art £9.6 million visitor centre as a memorial to the events that occurred on the bleak moor, just 5 miles east of Inverness. The Battlefield Visitor Centre is widely regarded as one of the best in the world and has already received many awards; most notably becoming a

Article by Andrew Grant McKenzie M.A. (Hons) Senior Admissions and Membership Assistant The National trust for Scotland Culloden Battlefield & Visitor Centre

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1 wednesday adele cluckie icsf will be demonstrating some floral decoration ideas for christmas, 7pm, for more details contact keith library tel: 01542 882223 or email keith.library@moray.gov.uk aly bain & phil cunningham, 7.30pm, universal hall, findhorn, £16/£14, contact 01309 690110

3 friday brodie countryfare foodhall tasting day, 10am-4pm, tel: 01309 614555 for more details carers’ rights day - ‘know your rights’, 10am-12noon or 5pm-7pm, new elgin and ashgrove hall, if you are looking after a friend, neighbour or family member come along and find out about your rights as a carer; chat with the experts in direct payments; wills and powers of attorney; pensions and income maximisation; employment rights and enjoy a bit of pampering at the same time, call quarriers carer support service (moray) tel: 01343 556031 speyside artisans christmas arts and crafts interactive exhibition, 10am-4pm, glenfiddich distillery, dufftown, free, contact joy mann tel: 01542 886311 a christmas carol, 8pm, universal hall, findhorn, £10/£8/£6 u’16s, contact 01309 690110

4 saturday quiz night, 7pm, lhanbryde community centre, BYOB and nibbles, £2 per person, teams of four maximum, individuals welcome live music with robb simms, 9.30pm, kris kros bar @ the seafield arms hotel, cullen, free, tel: 840791 or email info@theseafieldarms.co.uk

5 sunday buckie choral union with conductor anne corbet and accompanist gay cadenhead present ‘a festival of carols’ featuring the keith and district silver band, 7:30pm, fishermans hall, buckie, £8 adults/£5 children, for more info visit www.buckiechoral.org.uk or email sec@buckiechoral.org.uk

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event, 2pm-4pm, come along for free refreshments while you browse our new jewellery range and various xmas gift ideas, tel: 840220

10 friday quest project elgin - a trip down memory lane, 6.30pm for 7pm, st giles church, elgin, featuring films of old elgin from the 50’s, 60’s & 70’s and oldtime sing along, £3, contact ed mccann tel: 07889 456185 for more details, all proceeds to ‘the quest project-enable scotland’, elgin

11 saturday keith support group parkinsons uk - christmas meal, fochabers, for more details contact mike mustard tel: 887972

15 wednesday to 18 saturday elgin amateur dramatic society - cinderella, 7.30pm, with saturday matinee at 2.30pm, elgin town hall, tickets on sale thursday, friday & saturdays 2pm4pm at beaver travel, elgin, £10 adult/£8 concession, for further information see www.elgindrama.co.uk or tel: 07902 315715

17 friday dyke primary school carol singing, 12.30pm-1.30pm, brodie countryfare, by forres tel: 01309 614555 a very indie christmas, doors 8.30pm, the loft venue, by kinloss, be like pablo; farewell singapore; the strives and more, £5, tel: 01343 850111

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18 saturday showstopperz presents:rockstopperz, 7.30pm, universal hall, findhorn, £10/£8, tel: 01309 690110 live music - jason porter, harbour bar, buckpool, tel: 839549 or find us on facebook

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Are you a local Burns Society or Club? Are you hosting a Burns Supper or event?

20 monday dyke primary school carol singing, 12.30pm1.30pm, brodie countryfare, by forres tel: 01309 614555

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brodie countryfare reindeer day, from 11am, special winter bbq; stall selling delicious freshly made donuts, children’s teacups ride; shop for last minute food, gift ideas, toys and stocking fillers, tel: 01309 614555 for more details

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24 friday carol service, 7pm, cullen methodist church

31 friday gourmet dinner & ceilidh dancing to skirley beat, dinner at 6.30pm - ceilidh 9.30pm-1am, the loft venue, by kinloss, families welcome, tel: 01343 850111 to book or email info@eastgrange.co.uk

HOGMANAY 2010 at The Loft Venue Gourmet Dinner & Ceilidh Dancing to Skirley Beat Families Welcome - Bookings Now Being Taken 7 Course Dinner - arrive 6.30pm Ceilidh 9.30pm-1am with Fireworks at Midnight To Book call The Loft tel: 01343 850111 Dinner & Ceilidh £45 - Ceilidh Only £15 - (under 13’s FREE)

JANUARY 2011 19 wednesday antiques roadshow with graham whatman, 2.30pm, keith library, for more details contact elgin library tel: 01343 562600 or visit www.moray.gov.uk 20 thursday voces 8, 7:30pm, st christopher’s chapel, gordonstoun school, nr elgin, £12/£6, visit our website www.thegcs.org.uk for details or tel: 01343 837917 29 saturday the ballet bus - scottish ballet in cinderella, 2pm, eden court theatre,inverness, coach pick-up points along a96 from keith to nairn, ticket and coach £28/ under 18 £14/coach only £6, tel: 01343 850282 HOW THe “WHAT’S ON” WOrKS all line listings are free send us details of any events coming up to natalie@spotlighton.co.uk

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Universal Hall, Findhorn Showing films throughout the year. Visit www.findhorn.org/uhall or call 01309 691170 for details.

Cinema Listings December 2010 Eden Court Theatre, Inverness Burke And Hare (15) Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows:Part One (12) Warren Miller’s Wintervention (12) The Kids Are All Right (15) plus many others

Visit www.eden-court.co.uk or call 01463 234234 for details

Moray Playhouse, Elgin New Screenings begin on Fridays Call 01343 542680 or visit www.morayplayhouse.co.uk

Cinema Nairn 17th - Film Fans Choice 18th - The Pink Panther (PG)

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Vue Cinema, Inverness 3rd December Megamind (2D and 3D) 10th December Chronicles of Narnia: Legend of the Dawn Treader (2D and 3D) The Tourist 17th December Tron Legacy 3D Animals United (2D and 3D) Burlesque 24th December Meet the Parents: Little Fockers 26th December Gulliver's Travels(2D and 3D) KidsAM - Every Saturday & Sunday at 10.15am - 95p per ticket Seniors Club - Every Tuesday at 12.30pm - £3 inc. refreshments NEW Teen Screen Every Thursday & Friday £1.95 2D or £2.95 3D

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Portessie Public Hall Regular films including Saturday matinees. For further details email portessiepublichall@hotmail.co.uk

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Guinea Fowl With Winter Vegetable And Pearl Barley Broth

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Now that the clocks have been turned back and the last of the leaves have blown from the trees, I think that we may be in for a long winter, so for those cosy nights in, here’s a nice winter warmer for you all. Guinea Fowl (supplied by Macbeths of Forres) is an underused bird in my opinion. It has the taste and flavour of somewhere between chicken and turkey and I think, that we all like one or the other. Ingredients - Serves Two 100 grams pearl barley 2 pints of chicken or vegetable stock ½ a Leek 1 large carrot ¼ turnip ½ an onion 8-12 baby potatoes 2 guinea fowl breasts For the Broth Cover and soak your pearl barley overnight so it absorbs some of the water which will make it easier to cook the next day. Drain the water from the barley and bring to the boil and then simmer with one pint of your chicken stock until soft and edible; if the liquid reduces, more water can be added at any time. Once the barley is soft and edible drain of the stock and put aside. For the vegetables Cut your leeks into inch-long rounds and fry gently in some vegetable oil until they are nicely coloured and soft, then put aside. Peel and cut your carrot and turnip then put into boiling water with a touch of salt and cook until soft. Take out of water and run under cold water until cool then put aside. Slice onion and sweat off in vegetable oil with salt until soft, keeping it as white as possible by adjusting your heat when needed, then put aside. Boil your potatoes in salted water until ready (roughly 10-15 mins) cool down with running cold water and put aside. To prepare the Guinea Fowl Put on a chopping board (preferably one you always use for raw meat) - you can take the bone and skin off if you want but I prefer them on. Remove any excess skin or gristle with a sharp knife, season lightly with salt (maldon salt is better and more natural than table salt)

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Put a splash of vegetable oil into a non stick pan, put Guinea Fowl into the oil when pan is cold (this may go against what you have been told before but it is so the skin of the bird doesn’t blister and you get an all over better golden colour - believe me, I thought the Chef was crazy when I was shown this!) Gently heat the pan and once the skin is golden and crispy, turn over to the flesh side for 3-4 mins. Take out of frying pan and put onto an oven tray and cook at 180c for 812 mins or, if you have a temperature probe it should be over 73c, however not much more or your meat will become dry. To put dish together, put all vegetables, potatoes and barley into your chicken stock and heat until nice and hot then divide between two bowls (giving more to the cook of course!) then place the cooked Guinea Fowl on top. I have garnished mine with pea shoots (from Spey Fruit of Elgin). I hope this will keep your cockles warm and your feet toastie! We look forward to seeing you during December @ Knockomie and wish you a very Happy Festive Season and a Good New Year. Look out for Knockomie's fireworks at Hogmanay!

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EXTRACTS FROM THE RATIFIED MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF 4TH OCTOBER 2010 OF KEITH COMMUNITY COUNCIL

Police Matters • Tonight we had Sergeant Black in attendance with PC Carmichael. They gave an overview on the crime in the Keith area. Anti social driving - there will be another campaign in October. There is a lot of shop lifting in Keith mostly in the younger age group. Licensed premises in Keith are to be visited to make sure they are abiding to the licensing law. • CL spoke of the parking of vehicles in Seafield Avenue too near to the A96 junction. Chivas lorries are having problems negotiating the turn in. Yellow lines are suggested. SC will look into this. • Yellow lines were suggested for a number of areas including outside St Rufus manse. There is a problem with cars parking on Sunday mornings Service bus has to cross the road to get past parked cars which are parked too near to the island in the middle of the road. Lorries and tractors with trailers are also finding it hard to get past. The police will speak to the St Rufus ministers. • Bridge Street was mentioned - there will be a change in the road layout when Keith Builders move into their premises Other areas were identified as having cars parked too close to junctions. You would have to put down yellow lines on all the roads. Residents would not be happy but if they showed a bit more consideration this would not have to happen. Cars parked on the pavement were another problem They should be reported at the time and the police would attend.

Presentation Dougie McPhee from Moray Council gave a presentation. Dougie is involved with a youth group called KERBS Keith Roller Bladers and Skateboarders. They set up the skatepark in the Cuthil in 2000 with it being the first skatepark in Moray. Membership was initially for youngsters in the Cuthil area and they paid a yearly membership of £1. There have been no new members for the last three years. There is a balance in their bank account. Hopefully a meeting can be set up in November so that the constitution can be changed as there are no original members on the committee. There needs to be five new members to change this. The park is used a lot at the moment and it was hoped to get some funding to upgrade this park. JM mentioned where there might be funding available- Bad Boys Fund. Moray Council won’t take on the running of the facility. It will be up to the youngsters to take on the responsibility. The original BMX track in Fife - Keith has been condemned by Health and Safety from Moray Council. A newsletter was suggested to go out to schools and groups where children may be interested in the group. Dougie McPhee can be contacted on 885517 where he will be pleased to speak to anyone wishing to come on board the group. If the extravaganza goes ahead the group could do a display. Dougie will come back to another meeting to update us on how the group is progressing. JM thanked Dougie and the police for attending tonight`s meeting.

CoMMunity CounCil ContACts Keith Community Council: meets first Monday of each month (excluding January and August) 7pm at Keith Community Centre. Contact: Diane Halley page 14 - December 2010

Matters Arising The tree in Keith Square has been taken down. • The Falls Of Tarnash road has been reported. • The Milton Lodge problem has been seen to and the sand boxes have been fixed. • Old Bridge has been reported and Steps up to the hospital are to be attended to. • Lights on Union Bridge - there is a major wiring problem which BEAR will attend to. • Stones from Tesco have been removed from the pavement. There is news that the site has been bought. There is a company who are advertising on the internet for staff for a new store in Keith. • The railway fence - the railway staff are aware of the problem. • There is a lot of water gathering at the bottom of the Earslsmount entrance and also on the pavement outside the North Church. Correspondence • CC said that there needed to be a better attendance for the JCC meetings in Elgin. CC said she would happily attend as did IC and CL. • There is to be another consultation on the budget cuts in Moray. JM said that NO was not an option to attend the meetings for KCC members. She requested a full attendance to the meeting on 2nd November in the Longmore Hall. JM will discuss with Rhona Patterson the forth coming meeting. Our reply goes back after the meeting.

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from Moray Council about the winter weather snow clearing meeting. He doesn’t know when it will be. JM will speak to BEAR about this. External Groups updates • Regeneration Partnership - They had applied for funding recently which was unsuccessful. They will re-apply again. There have been discussions with property owners who may be interested in obtaining grants for repairs and restoration to their buildings. A meeting is to be held with Moray Council and

Tel: 07796 872545 Historic Scotland. • FKAG - JM has spoken to Jane Sharp about various matters. JM has asked for the FKAG minutes so that any matters can be taken up or attended to. FKAG have kindly offered to help with the Christmas Lights. next Meeting The next meeting of Keith Community Council will be on Monday 6th December 2010 at 7pm in Keith Sports and Community Centre.

“ Parliament Blog ” While generally avoiding hard-nosed politics in this column it is really impossible this month not to speak about the impact of the Strategic Defence Review on Moray and the efforts being put in by politicians of all parties and none, public agencies and, crucially, the combined people power of the civilian and service communities to back our local bases.

That people power was demonstrated with a huge turnout at the march and rally in Lossiemouth, sending a clear and unequivocal message to Westminster. For my own part I have tabled questions in parliament on both Kinloss and Lossiemouth and pressed the Prime Minister, Defence Secretary and other Ministers on this critical issue on numerous occasions. With this combined effort from many, many people a powerful case is being made. The Coalition Government can be in no doubt of that resolve.

In recent weeks the Kinloss and Forres area has been dealt a heavy blow following the announcement by the Conservative/Lib Dem Coalition Government of the cancellation of Nimrod. With the additional huge uncertainty over the future of RAF Lossiemouth the economic and social impacts on Moray are severe. It has been fantastic to see the positive way in which the communities have rallied together through sites on Facebook and the march and rally in Lossiemouth, which was an amazing piece of organisation by the community in a

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very short space of time. I was very proud to join so many people and looking out from the podium at the massed ranks people determined to show their support was a humbling experience. Moray has picked up the gauntlet and is taking the fight for our communities straight to the top.

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Keith Grammar & Feeders Mon. 6th June 2011 Speyside High & Feeders Mon. 6th June 2011 Summer Term Ends Friday 1st July 2011 for 2011/2012 (all dates inclusive) Autumn Term Starts Tuesday 16th August 2011 Autumn Term Ends Friday 7th October 2011 Winter Term Starts Monday 24th October 2011 In-service Closure Monday 21st November 2011 In-service Closure Tuesday 22nd November 2011 Winter Term Ends Wed. 21st December 2011 Spring Term Starts Thursday 5th January 2012 Mid-term Holiday Friday 10th February 2012 Mid-term Holiday Monday 13th February 2012

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