23 November 2020
Leisure assistant Michelle Esson adapts the Friday morning class to suit attendees' individual needs.
18 November 2020
Nearly £17,000 is available to projects aimed at improving the lives of older people in the area.
16 November 2020
CHARITY warns of poverty crisis.
12 November 2020
Rotakids from Dyke, Dallas, Logie, Anderson's and Drumduan planted crocus bulbs as part of the global End Polio Now campaign.
02 November 2020
Public Health Scotland told Moray Council that a number of pupils and teachers have to self-isolate until November 12.
01 November 2020
Forres Slimming World's virtual system ensure the majority of members stay focused via weekly Zoom meetings.
29 October 2020
MORAY is in tier 1.
29 October 2020
MESSAGE to act FAST on World Stroke Day.
27 October 2020
CCTV has been installed at Leanchoil Hospital following a series of break-ins.
16 October 2020
Wellside Court care services provider Ark was awarded its highest ever average grades from the Care Inspectorate.
10 October 2020
Forres Academy student Gillies Grant completed 302 miles over 30 days, earning the charity £420 so far.
02 October 2020
Kura at Strathcona House on Forres Enterprise Park has confirmed there have been no confirmed cases of Covid-19 amongst its staff.
30 September 2020
Marie Jacques handed over £1700 to the Moray Emergency Relief Fund and £160 to a local author writing a guide to the Moray Way.
16 September 2020
Forres Area Community Trust are offering older people returning home from hospital 'back home boxes'.
11 September 2020
Local businesses are taking part in the Scotland Cycle Repair Scheme offering repairs of up to £50 per person.
08 September 2020
SUICIDE prevention week is a time to think of family and friends.
30 August 2020
Older persons' support scheme, the Cameron Project was been boosted by more than 40 new recruits during lockdown.
05 August 2020
The fundraisers ran continuously for an hour each over 24 hours to raise money for two charities.
02 August 2020
Meadowlark Care Home Casey Whittaker believes listening his the key to her work's success.
31 July 2020
Wild Things will use £475,700 from The National Lottery Heritage Fund to put young and older people in touch with nature.