Growbiz, the free business advice service, in collaboration with a number of other organisations including Elevator, PKAVS and Perthshire Chamber of Commerce, GrowBiz will be providing enterprise support across rural Perthshire from October. For more information see their latest newletter here - http://us7.campaign-archive1.com/?u=aeb345708ece247fe3eb5770b&id=942e71bfa0&e=0f35409914
After our summer break we resume our monthly afternoon tea parties with entertainment. All over-60s will be made very welcome. Our first one is Thursday 8th September 2016 in the Town Hall, 2.00-3.30 and each month on the second Thursday.
Coupar Angus & District Heritage Association has published the new syllabus of talks and activities for 2016-17 - http://www.coupar-angus.co.uk/heritage-association.html
Rhythms of Life provide music and drama classes for all ages.
NEW CLASS TIMETABLE FOR CHILDREN
I hope everyone has had a fantastic holiday!
Classes start back next week with our 3-5 years music and drama class from 9.30am till 10.15am on Monday (August 22) and the birth to 3 years class on Friday (August 26) from 10.30am till 11.15am.
Looking forward to seeing faces old and new!
All classes are £3.50, 10 classes £30, and are held at Lifeplus Church (formerly the YWCA), William Street, Blairowrie. Information about the classes is available on our page or take a look at the website,www.rhythmsoflife.co.uk
See you soon!
This autumn in Coupar Angus there will be weekly classes in Yoga, Tai Chi, Afternoon Art and Scottish Country Dancing. Click here to download an application form.
Sept 20th, 27th,
Oct 4th, 11th, 18th, 25th,
Nov 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd,
(10 weeks 7-8.30pm)
Tai Chi: Wednesdays
10 weeks 7-8pm
Sept 21st, 28th,
Oct 5th, 12th, 19th, 26th,
Nov 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd.
Afternoon Art: Thursdays
Sept 22nd, 29th,
Oct 6th, 13th, 20th, 27th,
Nov 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th
(10 weeks 1.30 – 3.00pm)
Scottish Country Dancing:
(10 weeks 7 – 9pm)
No class Oct 13th, 20th
Sep 22nd, 29th,
Oct 6th, 27th,
Nov 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th,
Dec 1st, 8th
Supported by Scotmid
Organiser: Elaine McKinlay
Please enrol as early as possible. Click here to download an enrollment form.
Flood engineers from Perth and Kinross Council are hosting 2 drop-in sessions to discuss flooding in George Street, at Coupar Angus Town Hall (Lesser Hall) on Thursday 25 August and Wednesday 31 August 2016 from 3pm - 8pm. These sessions will include a slide show, display boards and an information leaflet. Representatives from the Council and its consulting engineers, Capita, will be available to answer questions. In addition, a representative from SEPA will be available on Thursday 25 August to provide information on SEPA’s roles as the strategic flood risk authority and the national flood forecasting and flood warning authority. A representative from the Scottish Flood Forum will also attend on both days to provide specialist advice on property flood protection products; flood insurance renewal; and preparing for, and dealing with, a flood event.
Those attending the drop in sessions will be given an opportunity to record their views and questions. A response to the questions raised will be prepared and issued to the community summarising the discussions held during the events. Flood engineers will then report to the next available Environment Committee on the outcome of the consulting engineers report and the drop in sessions.
Local artists Cornelia Weinmann and Mary Brown, along with furniture maker David Downie, will be among 7 exhibitors at Spittalfield Village Hall during Perthshire Open Studios week, Saturday 3rd to Sunday 11th September. For more information, CLICK HERE.
3 Coupar Angus venues will be taking part in Perthshire Open Studios this year, including:
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