Who we are

We are the Local Community Council for the rural North Kincardine ward. Our role is to represent the views of the community in matters concerning our local area. These can include planning applications, the ongoing Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) works, community issues and local events. You can view our constitution here.

Where we represent

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NKRCC meeting dates
Next meeting is on Monday 19th September at 7.30pm – venue Lairhillock School. All welcome. View minutes and agendas here.

2016: 19 Sep, 17 Oct, 21 Nov, 19 Dec
2017: 16 Jan, 20 Feb, 20 Mar, 17 Apr, 15 May, 19 June (AGM)
All members of the public are very welcome to attend. We currently have some vacancies so please get in touch if you are interested in joining us.

The South Deeside View (SDV)

Abricabeats by Eve - New Music Class Launched at The Den & The Glen

Abricabeats by Eve is a baby to pre-school music and movement programme held every Monday (including the October holidays) at The Den and The Glen at 10-10:45am. Classes are run in four week themed blocks and incorporate your child's natural love of music through singing, dancing, percussion instrument play, finger puppets, cheer leading pom poms, story telling, parachute play and much, much more!

Classes are high energy, informal and fun filled with your child's development at the heart of every activity! This is a family time class, which means that children of any age can join in as well as multiple children from the same family (at no extra cost!).

To join in the fun, get in touch by either texting Eve on 07984 178764, emailing abricabeatsbyeve@outlook.com or messaging through our Abricabeats facebook page.
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Lynne Beard shared Blairs Museum's post to the group: The South Deeside View (SDV). ... See MoreSee Less

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Large black van driving around behind the Old Mill Inn last night at about 9.30pm. I didn't manage to get the registration. Be vigilant!! ... See MoreSee Less

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From Scouts to Trees to the Titanic... to Hats. Here's a link to amuse and amaze any visitors you have to Maryculter. Lady Duff-Gordon of Maryculter House was a society fashion designer known as "Lucille". She designed all the costumes for a new operetta in 1907- Franz Lehar's "Merry Widow". The leading actress, Lily Elsie, made the "Merry Widow Hat" the must-have fashion accessory of the time. You know you are impressed... ... See MoreSee Less

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Good to see a Baby and Toddler Stay and Play group at the Corbie Hall again ... See MoreSee Less

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