Please remember to complete your survey as this is an important way to get the community's views on the piece of wasteland.
Deadline has been extended to 1st December 2014.
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Several mature trees will be felled and a “beautiful” beech hedge lining the main road into the village will have to come down to make way for the detached and semi-detached houses.
The development will be accessed via the existing driveway to Nutwood Road and a 30mph speed limit will be imposed on a stretch of the A834 road.
Planning officer Erika McArthur said the hedge would be replanted and the current access road would need to be completely reconstructed to accommodate the properties.
Text taken from a recent article published in the Press & Journal.
Six areas of the north and north-east have been earmarked for special attention to help protect Scottish wildcats from extinction.
A study commissioned by Scottish Natural Heritage identified the Angus Glens, northern Strathspey, Strathavon, Strathpeffer, Morvern and Strathbogie around Huntly.
In each area examples of cats, many with typical wildcat features, were detected with many thought to be “good examples”.
Community Garden open Day on Wednesday 12th Nov from 8.30am- 8pm at Strathpeffer Community Centre.
This is a great opportunity for the whole community to come and see the ideas for the waste site and put forward some new ideas for activities and facilities.
Please share and get as many people to come along.
Friends of the Pavilion Coffee Morning.
Everyone is welcome to join the Friends for coffee/tea and cake for only £3
Come along and find out more about the great work they do to support the Pavilion.
There will also be a raffle and the monthly Friends 50/50 Club draw.
The Museum Coffee Shop is open 7 days a week all through October until Sunday 3rd November (not October) as advertised in The Strath Times.
Then it will take a wee holiday until Thursday 27th November and reopen each Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday during the winter.
Woooo - our first ever murder mystery night, with a specially written piece, "The Haunted Pavilion" by the award-winning Walking Theatre Company. Can you solve the mystery, over a three-course dinner? Tickets £24.95, including dinner, now on sale from the Pavilion 01997 420124 and our online sellers. Don't leave it too late to book because places are limited.