Dingwall Feil Maree

Dingwall Rotary’s Feil Maree Street Fair and Classic Vehicle Rally

Dingwall Rotary’s Feil Maree Street Fair  and Classic Vehicle Rally takes place in Dingwall High Street and Cromartie Car Park on  Saturday 7th September from 10am.

There will be a variety of stalls manned by various local and national charities, clubs ,organisations and local churches as well as a  pipe band and live entertainment from the Community Stage  in the High Street. Music will be  provided by Inver Ross Fiddle and Accordion Club, The Johnny Cash Duo , Junior Gaelic Choir Rionnagan Rois, Ross and Cromarty Pipes and Drums  and Tin Pan Alley ..

The Classic Vehicle Rally will be on display at Cromartie Car Park  with a Grand Parade of the vehicles passing through the High Street at 3.30p.m . If you have a vehicle not yet registered and wish to participate then contact Charlie MacKay on 01349 862093 or email at: charlie.mackay@btinternet.com

For the first time magic arrives at the Feil Maree in the form of Mick Magic, a former President of Edinburgh Magic Circle and a Frist Degree Member of “The Magic Circle” in London   who will perform two shows – the first at Cromartie Car Park the second at the Community Stage in High street , come along and be amazed-perhaps you will be lucky enough to be asked to assist!  

With free entertainment plus the opportunity to purchase home baked goods, jams and preserves and  various crafts and try your hand at  games of skill and chance, come along and have a great Feil Maree day out.

Dingwall Community Development Company AGM

The company’s first AGM will be held on Tuesday 29th January 2019 at the Storehouse of Foulis, beginning at 7 pm.

The business of the meeting will comprise-

  1. Chairs report on the activities of the company.
  2. Consideration of the annual accounts.
  3. Election of directors.

Members of the company who wish to put their names forward for election should notify their intention to the Secretary, Robin Lingard(robin@kinnairdie.co.uk) in advance.

Refreshments will be served after the meeting, for which a donation of £5 per person would be appreciated.

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Prepare your home for Winter

Awater 2018s we come into the colder weather, Scottish Water is advising customers in communities across Scotland to prepare their homes for winter.

Their winter advice encourages anyone with a home, holiday home or business premises to take action to heat, insulate and protect their properties.

Visit www.scottishwater.co.uk/winter where you can find winter information, a downloadable poster, leaflet, films and advice. If would like hard copies of our leaflet, please feel free to email customermarketing@scottishwater.co.uk with details of your request.

Customers can also find further information online about their pipework responsibilities by visiting www.scottishwater.co.uk/responsibility

Follow them on twitter @scottish_water  and facebook.com/scottishwater.  

 

We would  like to take this opportunity to wish you a safe and happy winter season.

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Word on the street 2018

We’re back! Dingwall’s small, but perfectly formed, three-day festival of books, poetry, comedy, music, drama, dance, walks, talks, art and storytelling features a wealth of talented folk from both the area and beyond. This year (our fourth) promises to be the best festival yet, thanks, in part, to the support of Women in the Highlands.A highlight of this year’s programme is an evening of performance poetry and comedy.We havesomething for all ages and tastes, including children’s events (puppetry and drumming) and our Soul Food evening mixing food and words to create a unique recipe. We’ll round off the festival with an evening of drama from the Dingwall Players, dance from plan B Young Company and a specially created piece – Hector Meets the Poets – featuring music, song and poetry. From art exhibitions to yarn bombing, one thing is certain, there’s something for everyone at this year’s Word on the Street.
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