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Forres Business Association EGM

Forres Business Association EGM

Forres Business Association EGM

A group set up to explore how Forres Business Association can continue has called an Extraordinary General Meeting.


Church to welcome flock back for Easter

Church to welcome flock back for Easter

Church to welcome flock back for Easter

Reverend Sonia Palmer hopes everyone enjoys St Laurence Church’s first service after lockdown on April 4.


Older people welcome to new sessions

Older people welcome to new sessions

Older people welcome to new sessions

Forres Area Community trust is to restart drumming exercise, knitting and crafts sessions for older people at Forres Town Hall.


Flower show needs your help

Flower show needs your help

Flower show needs your help

Forres Flower Show's team have cancelled their fundraiser in May and will decide if September’s show can go on.


Work in progress at village church

Work in progress at village church

Work in progress at village church

Dyke Parish Church is using a £13,173 grant from the FCC Communities Foundation for new toilets.


'Our vaccinations should be in Forres'

'Our vaccinations should be in Forres'

'Our vaccinations should be in Forres'

Stroke sufferer Dorothy Marshall claims pensioners having to travel to Elgin is unsafe.


Council backing for all-weather pitch

Council backing for all-weather pitch

Council backing for all-weather pitch

Forres Community Football Trust has successfully lobbied for an all-weather pitch in the only town in Moray without one.


Friends organise fundraisers for animal rescuer

Friends organise fundraisers for animal rescuer

Friends organise fundraisers for animal rescuer

Debbie Hutchinson and Fiona McClenaghan are raising money for Claymore Rescues and Culbin Cats.


Trust open to health and wellbeing suggestions

Trust open to health and wellbeing suggestions

Trust open to health and wellbeing suggestions

Health and Social Care Moray, the Leanchoil Trust and current site owners NHS Grampian are looking into how the buildings could be used.


Campaign urges groups to keep their communities buzzing

Campaign urges groups to keep their communities buzzing

Campaign urges groups to keep their communities buzzing

COMMUNITY groups across the north-east are being invited to help keep their local neighbourhoods beautiful.


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