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GUIDE DOGS FOR THE BLIND Nairn & Moray Branch are looking for new branch volunteers. If interested, please contact Anna Temple or Anna Roberts. Tel: 01309 694866 HELGIN ROLLER DERBY Saturdays, 12pm - 2pm in Elgin Community Centre and Thursdays, 6:30pm - 8pm in Forres House Community Centre. Learn to roller skate with the newly formed Elgin Roller Derby team and find out more about how you can get involved. Beginners welcome. Open to males and females 16+. Find us on Facebook for more details. ISLA ART AND CRAFTS Mondays, 7pm - 9pm, Keith. Help, advice & tutorials from a professional artist and visiting tutors. For info or details of new venue call 01542 886070 or 01542 882391. KEITH SCOTTISH COUNTRY DANCE CLASS Every Thurs 7.30pm - 9.30pm, at St Rufus Church Hall, Turner Street, Keith. LIGHT AND LIFE Free Spiritual readings, Spiritual art, Personality styles, Dream Interpretation, Massage, Healing for body, soul & mind. Live music. Meets second Monday of the month in Costa Coffee, High Street, Elgin. 7pm - 9pm. Please check beforehand by calling Alyson on 07733 127539. LONG DISTANCE WALKERS ASSOCIATION (NORTH WEST GRAMPIAN LDWA) For all who enjoy the outdoors combined with cake. Centred on Moray but covering Thurso to Pitlochry and even the islands. A varied programme of walks is planned to attract a wide range of people with shorter options for families when possible. For more info visit MACS MORAY AREA CANCER SUPPORT A support group which provides both practical and emotional support for anyone, of any age, affected by Cancer within Moray.

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MORAY OSTOMATES 1st Saturday of every month until December, 1pm - 3pm at Moray Resource Centre, Elgin. Come along for a cup of tea and a chat. Phone Meggie on 01343 552449 or Kathleen on 01343 821628

ROYAL BURGH OF CULLEN PENSIONERS CLUB 1st Monday each month 7pm. For the welfare of the elderly in Cullen. Contact Bunty Gardiner 840653. RTR ASSOCIATION (MORAY FIRTH BRANCH) Meet monthly & arrange dinners and outings for ex-RTR personnel. Contact Peter on 01542 841740 or Clive on 01542 841529 for more info.

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SJÖGREN'S SYNDROME AND LUPUS SUPPORT GROUP Meetings arranged on an adhoc basis. For more information call Sheena on 01343 820635 or Susan on 01343 842656

PARKINSON’S SUPPORT GROUP KEITH & DISTRICT Meet regulary in different places throughout the area. For more information on meetings call 01542 831449

STRATHISLA STRINGS 1st Wednesday every month from 7:30pm at The Crown, Reidhaven Street, Keith. A communtiy music group playing traditional music from a wide range of sources.

PET FOSTERING SCOTLAND Supporting pet owners in an emergency situation. Volunteers care for your pet in their own homes for short periods. Reg. charity SCO15672. Volunteers needed. Tel: 0844 811 9909

WESTERN FRONT ASSOCIATION We hold 9 meetings per year on Saturday afternoons in Elgin Library. Open to anyone with an interest in WW1. Contact Derek Bird on 01343 870562 or email

PORTGORDON VILLAGE HALL Meeting room, large & small hall complete with kitchen facilities for hire. Contact Denise Robson 01542 834401. PORTKNOCKIE SCOTTISH COUNTRY DANCING GROUP Winter dancing session commences Wednesday 2nd September, weekly through till May from 7pm in the Seafield Hall, Portknockie. Beginners are very welcome. The class is full of fun, friendship and is a great way to exercise. For more more info please call 07803 855786

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Merry Christmas! What does that greeting mean to you, and what does it stir up in us? To a lot of people, it is the time of year to get together with family, or friends or maybe a quiet time with your partner. To others, this time of year is a lonely time, spending it on their own, or possibly it is the first Christmas without a loved one. But this is the time of year where we can look to help others. It is often called the season of goodwill to all people, and we can find opportunities to show kindness to those who are less fortunate than ourselves. One of the annoyances at this time of year is the commercialism of it all, starting as early as November, and often earlier. This takes away from the value of the season, and by the time Christmas comes along, often we can be fed up of it, which is a great shame. There are many reasons to

celebrate this time of year, but the central theme is the birth of the Lord Jesus Christ. I like what the Bible says in Isaiah 9, “For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given; and the government shall be upon his shoulders, and his name shall be called Wonderful, Counsellor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace. Of the increase of his government, and of peace, there will be no end.” Often, the question is asked, ‘Where is the peace that God speaks about?’ The problem is that some people don’t want peace nor do they respect other people’s freedom, and choose to maim and kill. God gives us a choice, whether to live under His government and rule, or to choose to live without Him, with all the consequences that come with it. Above everything else this year, my sincere wish is for people to give themselves to the Lord, repenting of their sin, and

Holy Trinity Scottish Episcopal Church Seafield Avenue, Keith. Sunday, Family Eucharist at 11:30am & Wednesday Morning Prayer at 9:30am. Last Thursday of each month a Service of Prayer & Reflection at 7pm. Tel: 01542 882782. Keith, Church of Scotland - North, Newmill, Boharm & Rothiemay. North Church: Sundays 11am. Boharm Church: Mulben Village Hall. First Sunday of the month at 9.30am. Rothiemay Church: Last Sunday of the month at 9:30am. Rev Alastair H Gray. Call 01542 886390 or visit Keith, Church of Scotland - St Rufus, Botriphnie, and Grange. St Rufus Church: Sundays 10.15am. Botriphnie Church: Alternate Sundays 11.45am. Grange Church: Alternate Sundays 11.45am. Keith, St. Thomas’ Church RC Vigil Mass: Sat 6:30pm. Sunday Mass: 10:30am. Confessions on request. Tel: 01542 882352. Portessie Methodist Church Portessie, Buckie. Sunday services at 11am & 6pm. Portgordon Community Church Sunday Morning Worship - 11am in the Portgordon Community Centre. Contact Pastor Willie Aitken on

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accepting Christ as their Lord and Saviour. The lyrics of one of John Lennon’s songs says, ‘All we are saying is give peace a chance.” Jesus said this in John 14:27a, “Peace I leave with you; my peace I give to you. Not as the world gives do I give to you.” What if that could be a reality, what if we choose to accept this wonderful life, free from aggravation? Well, it can be your reality right now, just ask Jesus to come into your heart. It is the simplest thing we can do, yet it is the most profound thing we can do. I hope and pray that this Christmas, and the years ahead will be filled with blessings. Merry Christmas to you. Pastor John Coppard Riverside Church, Buckie.

01542 835007 or visit Portknockie Church of Christ Sunday 11am: breaking of bread. 6pm: gospel service. Friday 7pm: prayer meeting and Bible study. Ladies fellowship (September - March) every second Monday 7pm. Wednesdays 8am: prayer breakfast. Contact the leader Mr Stewart Gray on 01542 836007. Portknockie Church of Scotland Sundays 11.15am. All welcome. Call Morag Ritchie: 01542 840951 or Heather Reid: 01542 840921. Rathven Church of Scotland Sunday 9.45am led by the minister Rev Isabel Buchan or an authorised local preacher. Contact Rev Isabel Buchan on 01542 832118 or Ann Grant on 01542 831607. Riverside Christian Church Buckie. Sundays 10.30am. Tel: 01542 833923. Website: St Peters Church RC St Andrews Square, Buckie. Saturday Vigil 6.30pm. Sunday Mass 10am. Resident priest: Rev Tad Turski. Tel: 01542 832196. Listed H - S and regularly rotated. If you are a member of a church not listed or to amend existing details, email

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Local & Bank Holidays and Special Days St Andrew’s Day Shortest Day Christmas Day Boxing Day Boxing Day (subst. day) New Year’s Eve New Year’s Day New Year’s Day (substitute) Burns Night

Wed 30th Nov 2016 Wed 21st Dec 2016 Sun 25th Dec 2016 Mon 26th Dec 2016 Tues 27th Dec 2016 Sat 31st Dec 2016 Sun 1st Jan 2017 Mon 2nd Jan 2017 Wed 25th Jan 2017

Valentine’s Day Shrove Tuesday Ash Wednesday Mothering Sunday British Summertime Starts

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School Term Dates for 2016/2017 (all dates inclusive) Winter Term Ends Thurs 22nd Dec 2016 Christmas Holiday Starts Fri 23rd Dec 2016 Christmas Holiday Ends Fri 6th Jan 2017 Spring Term Starts Mon 9th Jan 2017 Mid Term Holiday Fri 10th Feb 2017 Mid Term Holiday Mon 13th Feb 2017 Spring Term Ends Fri 31st Mar 2017 Spring Holiday Starts Mon 3rd Apr 2017

Spring Holiday Ends Summer Term Starts May Day Holiday In-Service Day In-Service Day Occasional Day Keith Occasional Day Buckie Summer Term Ends Summer Holiday Starts

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Useful Contacts Police Station ......................................................................101 Buckie Leisure Centre ........................................01542 832841 Keith Community Centre ....................................01542 882222 Keith Swimming Pool ........................................01542 882222 Keith Resource Centre ......................................01542 886174 Keith Library........................................................01542 882223 Keith Sports & Com. Ctr ....................................01542 882222 Moray Council Access Point, Keith ....................01542 885500 Registrar ............................................................01542 885525 Keith Tourist Info. Ctr ..........................................01542 888423 Keith Community Bus ........................................01542 886390 Babs Dial A Bus..................................................01542 835800 National Rail Enquiries ......................................03457 484950 Dial ‘M’ For Moray Buses ..................................03001 234565

SCHOOLS Botriphnie Primary School ..................................01542 810207 Cluny Primary School ........................................01542 831417 Crossroads Primary School................................01542 870221 Cullen Primary School ........................................01542 840279 Findochty Primary School ..................................01542 832287 Keith Primary School ..........................................01542 882802 Millbank Primary School ....................................01542 831113 Milne’s Primary School........................................01343 820977 Mosstodloch Primary School ..............................01343 820476 Newmill Primary School ......................................01542 882788 Portessie Primary School ....................................01542 832288 Portgordon Primary School ................................01542 831198 Portknockie Primary School................................01542 840244 Rothiemay Primary School ................................ 01466 711220

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St Peters RC Primary School ..............................01542 831339 St Thomas RC Primary School ..........................01542 882256 Buckie High School ............................................01542 832605 Keith Grammar School ........................................01542 882461 Milne’s High School ............................................01343 820611

DOCTORS NHS 24 ................................................................................111 Ardach Health Centre..........................................01542 831555 Seafield Medical Centre ......................................01542 835577 Seafield & Cullen Medical Group ........................01542 835577 Keith Medical Centre ..........................................0345 337 9944 Dr Grays Hospital, Elgin ......................................0345 4566000

DENTISTS 8 to 8 Dental Buckie ..........................................01542 833087 Buckie Dental Practice ......................................01542 831163 The Keith Dental Practice ..................................01542 886251 8 to 8 Dental Keith ..............................................01542 882507

PHARMACIES Bairds Pharmacy, Keith ......................................01542 882512 Clarks Pharmacy, Fife-Keith ..............................01542 882533 Cullen Pharmacy ................................................01542 840220 Listermac Pharmacy, Union St ..........................01542 840268 Listermac Pharmacy, W. Church St....................01542 833321 W.S. Taylor, Buckie ............................................01542 831116 Normac Pharmacy, Buckie ................................01542 831147 To add a contact or for amendments to existing details, please email or call 01309 690063

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With the colder winter nights now upon us it’s time keep an eye out for our elderly and more vulnerable neighbours. With over 13000 households in Moray living in fuel poverty it is important that home owners explore all avenues to upgrade their home heating or insulation, with free advice being available from the Energy Saving Trust ( and) or by calling 0808 808 2282, calls are free and they are available Monday to Friday from 8am to 8pm, and on Saturday from 9am to 5pm. The festive time is one best shared with family, friends and loved ones so let us take a moment to remember those who are away from home at this time, perhaps working offshore or protecting us serving in the armed forces or indeed those who are in hospital, along with the doctors and nurses caring for them.

Our health and wellbeing is something often taken for granted but if we take the time to look out for others we can all make the coming new year a happy and prosperous one. May I extend my warmest greetings for a Merry Christmas and wish everyone a very Happy New Year when it comes.

It’s nearly Christmas and so the first thing to say is all the very best of the season to you and yours! If you have time off at Christmas and New Year with family and friends then make the most of it and use the time well. If you are working during the holiday period, possibly even on Christmas Day, then a huge thank you whether you are in the emergency services, working in health or social care, hospitality workers serving up Christmas dinners, retail staff dealing with the huge rush of Christmas shopping and Boxing Day sales, farm workers making sure animals are fed and watered in all weathers or road workers out gritting. Whatever line of work you are in a huge thank you for keeping everything moving!

With Christmas fast approaching and there having been much hype around so-called Black Friday sales and big discounts from online retailers – often to the detriment of local shops – I wanted to take the opportunity to highlight my support for our local businesses. While I appreciate that household budgets are stretched more than ever at this time of year – we should do everything we can to shop at local businesses which are often at the heart of our communities. I hope shoppers throughout Moray can find time to support our local, independent businesses when carrying out their Christmas shopping this year. I know that local spending will be very much appreciated by local retailers and their staff. I would like to wish all readers a very merry Christmas and a happy, prosperous new year. 2017 is another year that holds a lot in store and I hope that whatever you have planned for the coming year works out well for you.

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Lichen – fungus on the lawn explained ! I’ve mentioned this before. One of the joys of our wonderful environment up here is the clean air, and one of the organisms which thrives locally (but rarely in Glasgow) is dog lichen. There are hundreds of species here, growing on trees, rocks and on the grass ! It is particularly at home on ground which has become compacted and is low on nutrients. It is one of the most common questions we get from baffled homeowners, and many have found that the garden centre people aren’t sure how to deal with it. We shift it by aerating the ground with a big hollow-core tining machine which removes thousands of cores from

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3 saturday - 4 sunday brodie castle christmas craft & food fair 10am - 4pm, brodie castle. £4. exclusively highlands return to brodie castle with over 40 stalls of wonderful wares and fabulous foods. contact: rebecca harrison on 01309 641371 or email visit

4 sunday christingle service in inchberry hall 6.30pm 7.45pm, inchberry hall. delightful candlelit nativity, community kirk evenng service with appeal for children & adults alike.

7 wednesday friends of grant lodge, agm. 7pm, elgin museum hall speaker, rona walker, historic environment scotland, will talk about the new exhibition in elgin cathedral. refreshments. moray, banff & badenoch decorative & fine arts society (mbbdfas): 'the brilliant british humour in the forgotten art of the picture postcard' - lecture by dr james taylor. 11am, st columba's church, duff avenue, members welcome. contact: or visit

7 wednesday - 10 saturday elgin amateur dramatic society: cinderella 7.30pm each evening; sat 10th matinee at 2pm, elgin town hall. £11 adult or £9 child/concession, 10% discount for parties of 10 people or more. for info visit

8 thursday christmas reminiscence fochabers 3pm - 4pm, fochabers library. free. all welcome to christmas memories of fochabers with members of the fochabers heritage group. call 01343 821434.

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10 saturday “a banffshire baker at large on the bbc." 2.15pm 3.45pm, st rufus' church hall, turner street, keith. members £2 & visitors £3. speaker: norman calder contact: dr alistair mason on 01261 812941 or email visit stars for thought christmas tree lights switch on 4pm, north church, mid street, keith. all proceeds to the sunshine playgroup. carol singing. hot chocolate & star shortbread after the event. raffle & star for thought labels for sale (£1). spey bay kids' christmas party 2pm, spey bay community hall. open to all children in the spey bay catchment area. all children must be accompnaied by a responsible adult. contact:fiona stedman on 07947 338430. we were giants@mad hatters, inverness. tbc, free let's go back to the 80's@ironworks, inverness. tbc, visit winterslam@ironworks, inverness. 7pm, ironworks, inverness.visit fochabers, bellie & speymouth parish annual christmas sale 10am - 12pm, bellie church hall, the square, fochabers. usual stalls. comae & see santa! inchberry hall folk music christmas concert (idca): emily smith, multi award winning scottish folk singer - folk music band doors open at 7pm for 7.30pm 10pm, inchberry hall. tickets - see website. contact: keith show: bring a party to a party tbc, longmore hall, keith. £30. 3 course dinner & dancing to current affair. contact: tina craib on 01542 882978 or email

10 saturday - 11 sunday christmas market at logie steading 10am - 3.30pm, logie steading, south of forres off the a940. free, free parking. two day market: over 30 stalls including jewellery, christmas trees, wreaths, gifts, festive produce. bbq. hot drinks. for info contact: visit

11 sunday christmas at the castle: the marvel of peru 3pm & 5pm, brodie castle. £15. a festive ensemble of baroque music & your favourite carols to join in with by the marvel of peru. booking advised. contact: rebecca harrison on 01309641371 or email visit

12 monday light & life 7pm - 9pm, costa coffee, high street. elgin free. spiritual readings & art, personality styles, dream interpretation, massage, healing for body, soul & mind. contact: alyson sim on 07733 127539.

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grocery vouchers. please bring a cup. contact: rosella on 01542 833969 or email the drouthy cobbler comedy club 8pm. visit alzheimer scotland - musical memories 1.30pm 3pm, new elgin & ashgrove hall, land street, elgin £! (incl teas & coffees). an opportunity for anyone with dementia & their carers to meet & share in the enjoyment of music, singing & memories. contact: shirley mackenzie on 01343 552080/07584 408209. frightened rabbit@ironworks, inverness 7pm. visit

spey bay christmas carol service 6.30pm - 8pm, spey bay community hall. an evening of christmas carols & music from the youngters from take note. service led by rev morris smith, locum. andrew mill & four fingered fre@hootananny, inverness. 9.30pm celebrate christmas with cantare 7pm, elgin town hall. £8 adults. £4 children. "cantare" - elgin ladies choir - sing songs and carols to celebrate christmas. tickets from cathedral windows

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seated singing & moving christmas exercises 11am12pm, dufftown library. free. join kath todd for a christmas themed all seated gentle exercise & singing session. contact: 01340 820272.

16 friday mad ferret band@hootananny, inverness 9.30pm, root system/fighting caravanshootananny, inverness 9.30pm, all welcome. gary beck@ ironworks, inverness 10pm. visit

17 saturday stagestars scotland keith: breakfast with santa 10am - 12pm, stagestars scotland keith. £15 (u2s free with paying adult). luxury continental breakfast. festive family activities, fun with the elves & treats from santa. contact: seonaid or email caman@hootananny, inverness 9.30pm winters winding walk & festive lunch hosted by nw grampian ldwa 9.30am, fochabers square. £20 (lunch). 12 mile walk along part of the speyside way. gordon castle cafe for festive lunch. booking essential. contact: tracy davidson at visit keith show: bring a party to a party tbc, longmore hall, keith. £30. 3 course dinner & dancing to ziggy & toni. contact: tina craib on 01542 882978 or email

17 saturday - 18 sunday bring a party to a party: save the date christmas 7.30pm - 12.30am, the fisherman's hall, buckie hosted by buckie christmas kracker. dancing to cover to cover. meal prepared by silver spoon catering. meet cinderella 10am -4pm (hourly slots), brodie castle. £6. come along and meet one of your favourite princesses and take away a magical gift. booking advised to ensure your place. contact: rebecca harrison 01309 641371 or email visit

22 thursday 23 friday elephant sessions@ironworks, inverness tbc. visit ho-ro@hootananny, inverness 9.30pm.

27 tuesday red hot chilli pipers@ironworks, inverness 7.30pm. visit ragin ceilidh band@hootananny, inverness 9.30pm.

31 saturday the red hot highland fling 8pm, northern meeting park, inverness. free. legendary family friendly (no tickets required) hogmanay concert. hogmanay dance 9pm - 1am at rothes fc social club. £10. visit

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