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Carbon footprint claim about 'fake-o-village'

Carbon footprint claim about 'fake-o-village'

Carbon footprint claim about 'fake-o-village'

A former member claims the ecological community omits tree-burning from its energy figures.


Group calling for all-weather surface

Group calling for all-weather surface

Group calling for all-weather surface

Forres Community Football Trust have met around six times to discuss getting an all-weather pitch for the only town in Moray without one.


Cluny Hill to be upgraded

Cluny Hill to be upgraded

Cluny Hill to be upgraded

Forres Features want to improve pathways, instal soak-aways, erect a new information board, and re-instate log benches.


Auction bidding to save salmon

Auction bidding to save salmon

Auction bidding to save salmon

Findhorn, Nairn and Lossie Fisheries Trust is hosting an online auction for fantastic prizes.


Coppers for Aussie causes

Coppers for Aussie causes

Coppers for Aussie causes

The Rights Respecting School Group wanted to help communities affected by bushfires.


Survey shows potential for flooding

Survey shows potential for flooding

Survey shows potential for flooding

Altered flow is increasing sedament, affecting local wildlife and increasing the threat of flood.


Fishing season off to a great start

Fishing season off to a great start

Fishing season off to a great start

Former Forres Angling Association treasurer George Lilley blessed the river with Benromach whisky.


Vote for your favourite woods

Vote for your favourite woods

Vote for your favourite woods

The annual search to find Scotland’s finest woods has begun.


New path to offer everyone spectacular views

New path to offer everyone spectacular views

New path to offer everyone spectacular views

Work has started on a path around the Findhorn Bay shoreline.


Protestors blockade oil and gas capital headquarters

Protestors blockade oil and gas capital headquarters

Protestors blockade oil and gas capital headquarters

Simon Clark was one of 21 local protestors at Shell UK Exploration and Production in Aberdeen.


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