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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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Meeting Dates
2017 :  September 18th, October 16th, November 20th , December 11th
2018:   January 15th, February 19th, March 19th, April 16th, May 21st, AGM June 18th

All members of the public are very welcome to attend our meetings. We currently have some vacancies so please get in touch if you are interested in joining us.

The South Deeside View (SDV)

Cllr Ian Mollison’s take on tonight’s Community Council meeting. ... See MoreSee Less

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Lynne Beard shared Chapelton's post to the group: The South Deeside View (SDV). ... See MoreSee Less

Chapelton was honoured to be chosen for this weekend's North East challenge of mountain bikers hosted by the Grampian Ti...

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Community Councils have an important role in disseminating information to the local populace but also feeding public opinion to elected representatives and council officers. Tonight, Monday 16th October the North Kincardine Rural Community Council meet at 7.30pm, Lairhillock Primary school and all are welcome to attend.
Then on Wednesday night 7.30pm, the Newtonhill Muchalls Cammachmore Community council meet at Skateraw Hall. A presentation on the processes to formulate the next Local Development Plan is an important part of democratic participation.
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Beginners and Improvers Pilates Classes in Maryculter and Culter - please contact me for more details. ... See MoreSee Less

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Don't head out to Banchory today everyone! Been sitting for 45 minutes on the South Deeside road at the 4 way lights at Crathes bridge. Thanks Colin for the heads up. Shame they couldn't have switched off the lights for this weekend! ... See MoreSee Less

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