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Peterhead Town Trail

A walking trail around the historic town of Peterhead has been developed as part of regeneration efforts taking place locally. The Peterhead Town Trail highlights some of the town’s best and most interesting history – and darkest secrets. View more information.

Aberdeen City Region Deal

Aberdeenshire Council and Aberdeen City Council are working with the private sector to develop an Aberdeen City Region deal which could release billions of pounds for investment in a range of projects for the area.



Boundary Consultation

On 30 July 2015 the Local Government Boundary Commission for Scotland commenced a 12 week period of public consultation on its ward boundary proposals. Details of the Commission’s ward boundary proposals and how to comment on them can be viewed here.







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Exam results show 5% increase in S5 pupils getting three or more Highers in Aberdeenshire

Over 6,000 students took exams in over 60 subjects, while just under 4,000 students sat National 5 qualifications in 39 subjects ranging from English and Maths to Practical Cake Craft and Philosophy. Results show an improvement from last year..

An eye for potholes? Animation collaboration between art school and council roads team

A communication design student at Gray's School of Art has taken on an unusual project in conjunction with Aberdeenshire Council's Roads Service.

Work to restart at Inverurie affordable housing development

Aberdeenshire Council has accepted a tender to complete a £3 million affordable housing development in Inverurie which temporarily stalled earlier this year. The council terminated its contracts with Dundee-based Muirfield (Contracts) Ltd after the company went into administration.

Become a volunteer tutor in adult learning and literacy

Potential volunteer tutors who are interested in delivering literacy support at Stonehaven Community Education Centre are being encouraged to attend a new training programme.

Mearns Community Campus Library to extend opening hours

From Monday, August 3 the library at Mearns Community Campus in Laurencekirk will increase its opening hours to 40 per week. The library will now be open between 4pm and 8pm on Mondays and Wednesdays.

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