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CLUBS & SOCIETIES BUCCANEER THEATRE CLUB Club nights are Monday, 7pm at RAF Lossiemouth. New members interested in both onstage and back-stage activities welcome. For more info call Chris on 07789 552968 or Ally on 07887 513915 ELGIN AND DISTRICT CANCER SUPPORT GROUP Meets on the second Tuesday of each month in Abbeyvale Care Home, Duff Avenue in Elgin at 7pm. Contact Shonah Stuart (Chair): 01343 551013 or Elizabeth Macrae (secretary): 01343 543050. www.edcsg.org ELGIN MUSEUM The Museum collects and safeguards artefacts and specimens held in trust for the people of Moray and visitors to the area. Open Mon - Sat, April - Oct. Call Bill Dargano 543675 or email curator@elginmuseum.org.uk www.elginmuseum.org.uk ELGIN CITY COMMUNITY FOOTBALL Football activities for boys & girls of all ages. Call Robbie Hope 01343 551114 or visit www.elgincommunityfootball.co.uk ELGIN CYCLING CLUB Promoting cycling in the local area. Sundays 8.30am, Grant Lodge, Cooper Park. Call Kevin Thomson tel: 01542 834972 or visit www.elgincyclingclub.com FREE SOCIAL GROUP Last Thursday every month 7pm Muckle Cross, Elgin. For over 21s in Moray. Walking group, weekends away, attending music, theatre & cinema events. New members always welcome. HANDS & FEET YOUTH GROUP 1st Friday every month from 7pm-9pm at St James Church of Scotland, Lossiemouth. Open to P6-S2. Contact Rev. Graham Crawford on 07817 504042.

HIGHLAND GLIDING CLUB Gliding and soaring at all levels, beginner upwards, Sat & Sun all year and Wednesday evening May - Oct at Easterton Airfield, Birnie. Contact Anne Burgess 820834. www.highglide.co.uk LAICH OF MORAY TRUST Providing transport for elderly, infirm and disabled within Moray. Mainly within Moray, but sometimes further. Contact Rob Tyson 545531 MACS MORAY AREA CANCER SUPPORT Meets 2nd Tuesday each month, 7pm - 9pm at Holy Trinity Church Hall, Elgin. A support group for anyone of any age affected by cancer. For information or support call 07516 219151 e-mail info@macsuk.org MORAY FIELD CLUB Nature walks, birdwatching and ancient buildings with experts of all aspects giving their time and sharing their knowledge. Call Chrissie Suttie 01309 673431 MORAY ACCESS PANEL To help improve access to buildings or other access problems in Moray. An advisory body of disabled and Moray Council reprentatives. Meets monthly at The Moray Resource Centre, Elgin. Pleased to offer advice to anyone. New members are always welcome. Email wheelsgalore100@googlemail.com MONDAY DANCE CLUB Mondays 1.30pm - 4pm, Supper Room, Elgin Town Hall. Sequence, set, latin & ballroom dancing. £1.50. Tea & cakes available ME MORAY SUPPORT GROUP 2nd Tuesday each month 7pm, Moray Resource Centre, Maisondeu Road, Elgin. Meet with other ME sufferers for support and information. Meetings are free with refreshments provided. www.memoray.org.uk/forum

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MILTONDUFF VILLAGE HALL Available for regular meetings or one-off occasions. Community events are Badminton, Bowling, Gardening Club, Toddler Group on Tues & Thurs and Playgroup Mon - Fri. Contact Jeff Hyland 545360 or email jeff.hyland@virgin.net GARMOUTH & KINGSTON ART GROUP Alternate Thursdays from 29th August, 2pm - 4pm in Garmouth Hall. New members welcome. Contact Trish Bingham on 01343 870267 for more details. MORAY GAELIC GROUP Mondays, 7:30 - 9pm, at Moray College. Conversation classes led by volunteer native gaelic speakers. £5 year membership. moraygaelicgroup@uhi.ac.uk www.facebook.com/moraygaelic

TRIBAL BELLY DANCE AND SHIMMY FIT Suitable for beginners and improvers with Sun Fyre. At Elgin Museum Hall, Thursday 6pm 7pm and 7pm - 8pm weekly. Call Sun Fyre on 01340 871094 to book your place (essential) and find out more! PLEASE NOTE: Details of Clubs & Societies are published on a rotational basis.

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MORAY SENSORY SERVICE Services for people with sight loss, hearing loss and the Deaf Community in Moray. Contact 0845 271 2345 or write to: Elizabeth House, 10 Victoria Crescent, Elgin IV30 1RQ MORAY SANDS Meet 3rd Wed of every second month, 7:30pm at Keith Health Centre Annexe. A self help support group, run by bereaved parents for bereaved parents & families. Informal & confidential. Dates to note are 18th Sept & 20th Nov. For more details contact Jacquie 07791 001459 MORAY RUGBY CLUB In addition to a senior squad, Moray RFC have a thriving youth section catering for age groups from P1 to under 18. Senior pre season training Tues and Thurs, 6:30pm - 8:30pm at Morriston Playing Fields. For more info visit www.morayrfc.co.uk 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 chairman.wfasnb@virgin.net www.wfascotlandnorth.org.uk MORAY VILLAGE HALLS For details of local village halls and how to book visit www.morayvillagehalls.org.uk

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sorted out for the two week vacation, so we also need to give thought to our final destination. The bible teaches that there are only two possible destinations following our final journey - one is heaven and the other is hell. It also encourages us to make the right preparations in order for us to be assured of our destination. We need to reserve our place and that is done by putting our trust in Jesus Christ who, in John 14:6, makes it clear when He says “I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me”. But that is only the start. That is when we begin the exciting adventure that is following Jesus, the One who came that we may have life and live it to the full (John 10:10). Like our holiday, the destination is booked but we need to travel towards it however, unlike our holiday, the payment has already been paid. That is what Jesus did when He died on a cross some 2000 years ago. He paid the price for our sin and because of that He is our entrance into heaven. What preparation have you made concerning your final

Moray Grace Fellowship The Warehouse Theatre, Lossie. Sundays 10.30am. Contact Vic Cameron: 07738 260550 Email: vic.cameron2803@btinternet.com. Website: www.moraygrace.wordpress.com Parish of Duffus, Spynie and Hopeman First Sunday of the month, united service 10.30am. On other Sundays, services are 10am at Hopeman and 11.30am at Duffus or Spynie. Contact Rev. Jenny Adams: 01343 830276. Website: www.duffusparish.co.uk St Andrews-Lhanbryd and Urquhart Parish Church Sundays 11am including young church and crèche. Evening services 7pm on last Sunday of month at St Margaret's Hall, Urquhart. Contact Andrew Robertson: 01343 843765. St Gerardine’s High Church Lossiemouth. Sunday family worship 11am. Contact: 01343 813635. St Giles and St Columba’s South Elgin. Sunday services 10:30am in January, March, May, July, September, and November in St Giles’ Church, High Street, Elgin. February, April, June, August, October,

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destination? That will last not just two weeks but forever and heaven is one destination that will not disappoint. For God so loved the world that He gave His One and only Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish but have eternal life. (John 3:16) Trusting that you all have a happy and safe summer.

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and December in St Columba’s South & The Williamson Hall, Duff Avenue at 10:30am. Wednesdays 6:30pm & Thursdays 12.30pm at St. Giles Church. Minister: Rev Stevie Thomson. Call 01343 551501 or visit www.elginstgileschurch.co.uk St James Church of Scotland Lossiemouth. Sunday family worship 11am including crèche and Sunday school. 6pm: evening service . 7pm: Hands & Feet youth group. Contact Rev. Graham Crawford: 07817 504042. St Margaret’s Church Lossiemouth. Sunday 9.30am: family Eucharist . Thursdays 10am: Holy Communion. Thursdays 5pm: evening prayer. St Sylvester's Catholic Church Elgin. Vigil Mass Saturday 7pm. Sunday Mass 11.45am.Tel: 01343 542280. Listed alphabetically from M to S and regularly rotated. If you are a member of a church not listed here and would like to be considered for inclusion or if there are any amendments to be made to existing details, email tamsyn@spotlighton.co.uk

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MATTERS ARISING KING STREET: James Wiseman said that the planning application had been granted and that he had asked for an explanation from the Planning Officer to which there had as yet been no reply. GLENMORAY: James Wiseman reported that he had yet to set up a meeting with the Manager of Glenmoray Distillery regarding the floral display. POLICE UPDATE Inspector Ewan Strachan said that his reports in future would focus on the main headings of the Multimember Ward Plans which are Antisocial Behaviour, Dogs, Speeding, Parking and drugs and alcohol. Inspector Strachan reported that a number of endeavours had recently benefited from the Police Scheme whereby desk based officers undertake other patrol work. The Campaign against violence, late night premises checks and bail checks all benefited from this. Two officers have been trained on speeding and targeted streets advised by the Community Council. These officers will supplement the 24/7 coverage of the trunk roads. During May there was also a focus on school areas for litter, parking and dog fouling resulting in the issuing of a number of fixed penalty notices. Pat Paterson reported a car had been egged on 12th April but not reported because the recipient thought it was too small a crime to report. Inspector Strachan advised us to encourage reporting of anything of concern because they cannot act if they do not hear of the problems and often minor problems have an impact on quality of life. In response to a question from Alastair Kennedy, Inspector Strachan reminded us that Crimestoppers is still

in operation and is independent of the Police but added that it is not a 24 hour service. COMMUNITY WARDEN UPDATE Kathy Grant reported that the Community Wardens had a busy month including issuing 6 Fixed Penalty Notices two of which are going to court. Schools were targeted for litter, smoking and these patrols are to be continued. In trying to encourage a neighbourhood watch scheme in Pinefield, 230 households were contacted and only 3 responded. Kathy Grant had followed up Anne Glover’s complaint of dog fouling at Ladyhill but has not found any positive leads. STAGECOACH UPDATE Steven George advised that Stagecoach are awaiting a decision from Moray council on funding of tendered services which would likely impact on communities but Stagecoach intend to trial some routes on a commercial basis to ease the impact. The 5 and 10 services are being worked on for punctuality. Alastair Kennedy commented positively on the loos and wifi now present on many services but then asked about the real time information boards which do not seem to work. Sandy Gallacher advised that the real time message boards were operated by a 3rd party and Stagecoach did not have any control of that. It was pointed out that there is one message board at the bus station which is operated by them and was up to date. Alastair Kennedy raised a point brought up by a member of the public about waiting room opening times for Megabus journeys. Sandy Gallacher said that he did not control the Inverness bus station and could only pass the query on. There was also a useful discussion on the use of Megabus from intermediate stops

where it is acceptable to book a Megabus say from Aberdeen to Inverness but to get on at Elgin and off at the Airport but if you do you are not guaranteed a seat! ROADS & TRANSPORTATION EIGHT ACRES FLOWERBED: The Eight Acres flowerbed continues to be maintained by George Littlejohn and Mary Wall and an Oyster Catcher is currently nesting on the site. FOUNTAIN AT DR GRAY’s: George reported that the work was complete and looked good but the fountain looked somewhat lost in that location. James Wiseman confirmed that the Glen Moray proposal was sufficiently substantial to look at moving it. JOCK INKSON’S BRAE: Following correspondence from Harry Torry, George spoke to Moray Council about the adequacy of signage at the junction of Jock Inkson’s Brae and Old Mills Road. James Smith (Moray Council) visited the site and the signage has been updated. ELGIN - LOSSIEMOUTH CYCLE PATH: George reported that the Moray Council had trimmed the bushes encroaching on the cycle path and replaced the reflectors as requested. Pat Paterson said that there was now a lot of sand on the cycle path to Lossie and it was dangerous because two cyclists can’t pass due to the narrowing of the way and the sand itself is a hazard. REVIEW OF MORAY COUNCIL COMMUNITY COUNCIL SCHEME Alastair commented that he had not received any responses to collate but would respond anyway. Alastair specifically asked for any comments about the suitability of the Community Council Handbook.

community council contacts Heldon community council Meets six-weekly at 7:30pm at Mosstowie Primary School. Contact Angela Hyland (secretary): 01343 545360

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Burghead & cummingston community council Meets first Thursday of every month at Burghead Harbourmasters Office at 7:30pm. Contact John Gordon (secretary): 01343 835596

Elgin community council Meets second Tuesday of every month at The Moray Council Chambers at 7pm. Contact Gordon Methven (secretary): 01343 540615

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school term Dates 2013/2014 (all dates inclusive) Autumn Term Starts Tues 20th Aug 2013 Autumn Term Ends Fri 11th Oct 2013 Autumn Holiday Starts Mon 14th Oct 2013 Autumn Holiday Ends Fri 25th Oct 2013 Winter Term Starts Mon 28th Oct 2013 In-Service Day Mon 18th Nov 2013 In-Service Day Tues 19th Nov 2013 Winter Term Ends Fri 20th Dec 2013 Christmas Holiday Starts Mon 23rd Dec 2013 Christmas Holiday Ends Fri 3rd Jan 2014

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useful contacts Police Station ......................................................................101 Bus Station, Elgin ...............................................01343 544222 Citizens Advice Bureau.......................................01343 550088 Inverness Airport .................................................01667 464000 Dallas Village Hall ...............................................01343 890243 Elgin Town Hall ........................01343 547767/562600-To Book Lossie Town Hall ....................................01343 813327/815309 Moray Council.....................................................01343 543451 National Rail Enquiries........................................08457 484950 Elgin Library ........................................................01343 562600 Lossie Library......................................................01343 813334 Elgin Community Council ..................................01343 540615 Moray Leisure Centre .........................................01343 550033 Lossie Swimming Pool ......................................01343 815299 SCHOOLS Alves Primary School ..........................................01343 850247 Bishopmill Primary School ..................................01343 547841 Burghead Primary School ..................................01343 835529 East End Primary School ....................................01343 542381 Greenwards Primary School ..............................01343 541661 Hopeman Primary School ..................................01343 830281 Lhanbryde Primary School..................................01343 842649 Mosstowie Primary School..................................01343 547119 New Elgin Primary School ..................................01343 547587 Seafield Primary School ......................................01343 547792 St Sylvesters R.C. Primary School ......................01343 541453 West End Primary School....................................01343 543161 Elgin Academy ....................................................01343 543485 Elgin High School................................................01343 545181 Hythehill Primary School ....................................01343 812014 St Gerardine Primary School ..............................01343 812251 Lossiemouth High School ..................................01343 812047

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DOCTORS Dr Gray's Hospital, Elgin .....................................0845 4566000 Moray Coast Medical Practice - Hopeman ........01343 830269 Moray Coast Medical Practice - Burghead ........01343 835780 Moray Coast Medical Practice - Lossie ..............0845 3371190 Elgin Community Surgery ..................................01343 542234 Linkwood Medical Centre....................................0845 3376350 Maryhill Health Centre ........................................0845 3370610 DENTISTS South Street Dental Practice ..............................01343 542729 Trinity Dental Practice..........................................01343 542697 Apex Dental Studio..............................................01343 556606 Pure Spa Dental ..................................................01343 541164 Laich Dental Practice ..........................................01343 816316 PHARMACIES Alliance Pharmacy..............................................01343 542186 Bishopmill Pharmacy ..........................01343 547374 / 547393 Boots The Chemist ............................................01343 543311 G.F Duthie Pharmacy, Burghead ......................01343 835370 G.F Duthie Pharmacy, Hopeman ......................01343 830249 Lhanbryde Pharmacy ........................................01343 842531 Lloyds Pharmacy, 48 High St ............................01343 547065 Lloyds Pharmacy, 176 High St ..........................01343 542571 Lloyds Pharmacy, Lossie ..................................01343 812818 Lossiemouth Pharmacy ....................................01343 813095 VETS Allen and Matthews ............................................01343 544811 Miller and Swann ................................................01343 542255 Moray Coast Vets, Lossie ..................................01343 815335 If you would like to add a contact or if there are any amendments to be made to existing details, please email tamsyn@spotlighton.co.uk

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When Scott McLeod from Lossiemouth approached with an idea for the use of the former Nimrod hangars at Kinloss, it struck a chord. His belief that their size might make them ideal for use as film studios was one that I felt was worthy of further investigation. I was delighted then to take the idea further through Creative Scotland and the site owners, the Ministry of Defence. These discussions are at a very early stage and while it might seem an ambitious project it is only by exploring such things that we can make them happen. Certainly, I do not believe that anyone can deny the natural beauty of the Moray landscape lends itself to projects of this nature – and only recently a leading film industry executive was in Inverness speaking of the strengths to be found in the north of Scotland.

I must congratulate everyone concerned in putting together the European Pipe Band Championships in Forres. This was a tremendous event and I know through talking to competitors from far and wide how much they appreciated the hospitality shown by the

people of Moray. Events such as this, the Spirit of Speyside Festival and the forthcoming ‘Scottish Six Days’ Orienteering event has placed our region firmly on the map as a world-class destination that can more than hold its own in hosting international competitions. We can now look forward with confidence to the Pipers of the world returning to Forres again next year, the year after – and following that, who knows?

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1 august - 1 september tea in the park at glenlivet 10th annual event. glenlivet hall. b9008. ballindalloch. open every day from 11am - 5pm for freshly cooked local food. over 30 craft stalls. raffles. quizzes. tourist information.

AUGUST 1 thursday

moray coast motor cycle club charity poker run registration 11am - 12noon. finishes 5pm. tom adamsons, linkwood pl, elgin. route of approx 100 miles to 5 stops to draw a card to make a poker hand. cash prize for winning hand. entry fee £10, includes food & refreshments. for more info visit www.moraycoastmcc.org.uk or call 07928 444376 roseisle family fun day 10am - 2pm, roseisle village hall. craft fair & refreshments in the hall, fun and games in the grounds, including fairground ride, bouncy castle, face painting and games galore. ‘no difficulty in understanding’ (early life in blantyre) - david livingstone bicentenary 3pm, burghead community hall.

5 monday ‘wounded for us’ (first encounters) - the david livingstone bicentenary 7:30pm at burghead community hall.

music for a summer evening by pitmedden camerata @ brodie castle 7:30pm. adult £12 / child £8 / concs £8. for info and booking call 0844 4932156 or visit www.nts.org.uk/ events. booking is essential. making history 11am - 2pm, elgin museum. drop in sessions for school kids & parents to make models and artifacts from times past. every thurs in august.

2 friday sigma (moray’s astronomy club): “oddball stars” by maartan de vries - has 7pm for a 7:30pm start. birnie village hall, near elgin. www.sigma-astro.co.uk charity pamper party from 6pm, elgin hive, myreside circle, bishopmill, iv30 4pr. in aid of local ssafa volunteers. hosted by hibiscus pink.free entry with a range of beauty and holistic therapies available plus raffle. www.facebook.com/hibiscuspink

3 saturday lhanbryde comunity centre quiz night in aid of hall funds 7pm for 7:30pm. £2 pp. teams of up to four. byob and nibbles. vienna to broadway by concert pianist robin covill @ brodie castle 7pm. adult £15 / child £8. for more information & booking call 0844 4932156 or visit www.nts.org.uk/events. booking is essential as spaces are limited.

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9 friday scottish chamber orchestra @ universal hall 8pm £14/£12 seniors/ £5 children, students, unemployed, disabled (& carer). for details call 01309 691170 or visit www.universalhall.co.uk

19 monday ‘i am with you’ (an unfailing promise) - the david livingstone bicentenary 7:30pm at burghead community hall.

22 thursday buccaneer theatre club open auditions for one acts production 7pm at raf lossiemouth. for more info call chris on 07789 552968 or ally on 07887 513915.

10 saturday rnli harbour day 12pm - 4pm, lossiemouth harbour. many attractions including visit by buckie lifeboat unless called out. the oaks, palliative care day unit, fete 2pm - 4pm. to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the oaks. teas, stalls, raffles entertainment & children's games. free entry. for further details please phone 01343 562460

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11 sunday historic wheels club rally @ brodie castle 1:30pm 4:30pm. vehicle display open to the public 2pm 4pm. tickets - adult £5 / child £3.50 / family £13 / concs £3.50. further details atwww.nts.org.uk/events lossiemouth charity raft race at east beach. hosted by raf lossiemouth personnel in collaboration with moray council. a day of entertainment on the seafront, with the race starting at 3pm. see local press or visit www.raf.mod.uk/raflossiemouth/events ‘they never heard’ (meeting bechuana chiefs) - the david livingstone bicentenary 3pm at burghead community hall.

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30 friday the spooky men's chorale @ universal hall 8pm. £14/£12, concs/£10 u16s. for details call 01309 691170 or visit www.universalhall.co.uk mosstodloch quiz night doors open 7pm quiz starts 7:30pm, speymouth hall. teams of up to 4, £2 pp. tea & biscuits served at half time free of charge! cash prize. normal raffle. donations most welcome.

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31 august - 7 september "indigo nights" 10am - 4pm at baxters great hall, fochabers. an exhibition of works by coast, contemporary textiles GROUP.

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24 saturday "beat the ben" at ben rinnes, aberlour. £10 adults, £5 child. 10am registration at edinville village hall with refreshments after. contact pery on 07703778153 or beattheben@outlook.com british heart foundation scotland sponsored event: loch ness duathlon 8am. fort augustus to inverness. contact: 0845 130 8663 or events@bhf.org.uk more information from bhf.org.uk/lochness cake walk with story all abilities. culbin forest. call 07724 992790. www.guyandjocelyn.org

MONDAY NEW ELGIN CHURCH 3.30 - 4.00 Tartan Tots 4.00 - 4.30 Beginner Highland 4.30 - 5.15 Improvers Highland 5.15 - 6.00 National 6.00 - 7.00 Advanced Highland

SATURDAY HOPEMAN BOWLING CLUB 10.00 - 10.30 Pre School Fun Dance 10.30 - 11.15 P1 - P3 tap & Technique 11.15 - 12.15 P4 - P7 Tap & technique 12.15 - 1.15 S1+ tap & Technique

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“Our prices for lawn fertilization often work out cheaper than buying from your local DIY store or garden centre...”

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Lawn care involves more than a quick mow once a week. Just as beds and borders need constant attention for the best results, lawns are the same! Moss, thatch and neglect are common problems. “there is no one fix solution,” said Keith Parker of Highland Green Lawn Care Services. “you need to replenish nutrients at regular intervals to get a good-looking, healthy lawn. Good drainage and lawn servicing is also key to avoiding potential problems.” With 20 years’ experience, Keith knows his turf. “I begin as lawn care manager with Greensleeves in West Yorkshire, where I trained,” he said. ‘I was so impressed by the end results that when we moved to Lossiemouth to be closer to our grand children, I decided to start Highland Green Lawn care Services.”

The grass is now greener all along the Moray coast, from Keith to Inverness. “Our core business is feeding lawns with our slow release fertilizer with no-scorch technology,’ Keith said. ‘Lawn fertilizer treatment usually consists of four visits a year through the growing season from March to the end of November. Each treatment has different balanced nutrients.

‘But even with fertilizer, lawns will struggle to grow and prosper if they contain thatch (which stifles growth), moss or excess compaction. ‘Our scarifying service removes thatch and moss. Our machines tend to slit the soil where possible to allow new grass to spread more easily. ‘Hollow tine aeration is another often neglected area in lawn treatment. We use heavy duty industrial machines to decompact the lawn and allow oxygen, water and nutrients to reach the root zone of the grass.

“This helps to strengthen shoots. The result is thicker, healthier, lush green lawn.’ After every treatment, the team removes all waste from site including the cores from aeration. “Leaving cores on a lawn is not good practice as they do not break down or compost easily,” Keith said. ‘They can end up being trodden or squashed back into the ground, which defeats the object really!” “lawn care can be hard work for gardeners,” said Keith, “but we have the professional equipment and the know-how. Our prices for lawn fertilization often work out cheaper than buying from your local DIY store or garden centre, and you don’t have to do it yourself!” From ‘handkerchief’ size lawns to large estate grounds, Highland Green has swards of happy customers. “I get great satisfaction from turning a no hope jungle into a lush green lawn, “ Keith said. “Customers say you can always tell which lawns have had the ‘HG’ treatment down their street!” For a FREE no obligation survey and quotation, please call Keith on: 01343 811114.


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info Elgin Businesses Welcome Visitors to the City Businesses in Elgin City Centre have been supported by Elgin BID to set up Visitor Information Points (VIP’s) throughout the City. The VIP’s will provide visitors from Moray and beyond, city centre information points where they can pick up leaflets and ask for advice about what is going on in the area. Gill Neill, Elgin BID Manager said “the businesses are at the heart of the city centre and this initiative provides them with another opportunity to make visitors, both local and from further afield, feel welcome. Elgin and the surrounding area has lots to offer, and the enthusiasm of the businesses who have volunteered to host the VIP’s is bound to make people visiting the area feel at home. We could not have done this without the Visitor Information Point staff at Elgin Library, they have been incredibly supportive and helpful.” Vic Flett, owner of Sound and Vision on South Street said “I primarily wanted to offer our premises as a VIP, as I know a lot of visitors will be looking for a visitor information point in the town, we hope that offering our visitors guidance on what Elgin and the Moray area has to offer, we will help to meet this need, while giving us the chance to show off what we offer here in Sound & Vision.” The VIP’s are located in :Sound & Vision

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More businesses will be coming on line in the near future. Lee Barton owner of Olive Tree Chocolate said “As a small independent company it is important that we support each other. We have a great deal of local knowledge which we are able to share - and we do get more touring visitors than maybe you would expect. As the shop that is next door to what used to be the Tourist Information we still have regular visitors from people who are not able to locate the new Tourist Information immediately as they haven't realised that it moved some time ago. This service provides us with the information to give out directly as well.” It is easy to see by the comments provided by the businesses that they are determined to support and enhance the tourism offer in Elgin. Photo opportunity available please contact Elgin BID to arrange For more information contact:Gill Neill Gill.neill@elginbid.co.uk Elaine MacPhee Elaine@elginbid.co.uk 07859 292324/01343 550652.


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