Leisure assistant Michelle Esson adapts the Friday morning class to suit attendees' individual needs.
Forres Area Community Trust has been highly commended in the High Street Heroes Awards.
Cathay Care Home resident John Herold MBE turned 100 on November 5.
Rachel Winter cycles from Kinloss to Douglas Ross’s office every weekday to petition outside.
Medine Duff has won a High Street Heroes Award for her contribution to the local community.
1st Forres Scout Group have decided not to do it this year because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Anderson’s P6 pupils and Forres Community Woodland Trust have been working hard at Sanquhar Wood.
St Machar Properties has submitted a planning application for a development at the old Forres Tesco on Caroline Street.
Nearly £17,000 is available to projects aimed at improving the lives of older people in the area.
Findhorn Bay Arts has won an award in an initiative run by the Scotland Loves Local campaign, managed by Scotland’s Towns Partnership.
Contractors have been fixing holes in the leaky roof at St Leonard's Church since March.
Rockers Bad Actress including the MacFarlane brothers from Mundole are currently promoting their riff-riddled new single.
Berry Burn Community Fund has approved grants of a total of £24,210 to four local projects.
Marcassie Farm's owners have built new guest accommodation and facilities.
Rotakids from Dyke, Dallas, Logie, Anderson's and Drumduan planted crocus bulbs as part of the global End Polio Now campaign.
Services were carried out at memorials around the area on Sunday and today despite safety restrictions.
Around 10,000 pink-footed geese return to the Findhorn Bay area every year, announcing their arrival with honks.
Sanquhar pond has been further enhanced with new signs offering information about what to find there.
Forres Skate Park Initiative have put out to tender for a business plan, feasibility and option appraisal.
Forres Mechanics Youth Development is to continue despite the senior team pulling out of the 2020/21 season.