A proposal to upgrade and reinforce the existing transmission network between Beauly, Knocknagael and Tomatin.
SSE are holding three further consultation exhibitions to provide interested parties with an opportunity to learn more about the project and to provide feedback on the proposals. The exhibitions will comprise of display boards and members of the project team will be present to answer questions and to receive comments.
Strathdearn Community Council publishes the "Strathdearn Newsletter" quarterly, delivering it free to every home in Strathdearn.
The aim of this study was to enable local people to express their views on life in Strathdearn, what their hopes and concerns were for the future, what development, if any, they wished and just as important, where they do not wish to see development. The priorities that emerged from this research will help create a community development plan upon which sensitive future development can be built.
Tomatin & District Gardening Club - Strathdearn Flower Show Saturday 3rd September 2011
At our show there is a class for everyone, no matter what your interest, and we look forward to your entry.
This post is to demonstrate the new blog-style lay-out of your club page. It will also appear in the news section.
At the top of the page is an introduction to your club - what you do, where and when you meet, and a little bit about yourselves. A potential new member seeking information will see this first. It is in your interest to keep it up-to-date and interesting. The introduction will remain at the top of the page regardless of any other articles that are posted.
You are invited to send in regular updates on the activities of your club which will be added as blog posts, similar to this one. It's up to you how often you do it, weekly, annually or occasionally, in advance or after an event. You can include photos or even video. The posts will appear below the introduction in chronological order, most recent first. It will make your page more interesting and dynamic, you'll be able to show potential members what you get up to, and it will build up into a historical record of your activities.