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School Closures - There are currently 0 schools closed or partially closed across Aberdeenshire

School Closures

There are currently 0 schools closed or partially closed and 1 change to transport across Aberdeenshire. Keep up to date with the latest closure information.

Happy Christmas

This year’s Aberdeenshire Council Christmas e-card is now available from the council’s website for all to share seasonal greetings. Council staff and the wider public are encouraged to use the e-card, which showcases Aberdeenshire’s stunning winter landscapes, as an environmentally-friendly alternative to traditional printed cards. The Christmas e-card is available for all to share by clicking here.

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Aberdeenshire Council Leader makes Christmas charity donation

Aberdeenshire Council Leader, Councillor Jim Gifford, has chosen Ellon, Inverurie and Portlethen Men's Sheds as the beneficiaries of his Christmas donation on behalf of Aberdeenshire Council this year.

Festive messages from Aberdeenshire's Provost, Leader and Chief Executive

As the end of the year approaches, the Provost of Aberdeenshire, Jill Webster, Council Leader, Cllr Jim Gifford, and Chief Executive, Colin Mackenzie, have recorded festive messages to wish everyone a happy Christmas.

We are family, I got all my teachers with me!

Four members of the same family have taken to teaching in Aberdeenshire and Westhill Academy head teacher Derek Thompson is proud of his two daughters who have followed in both parents' footsteps in training to be teachers, as mum, Margaret, is a maths teacher.

Arrangements for refuse and recycling collections over festive period

Most refuse and recycling collections during the festive period will continue as normal expect for Christmas Day and New Year's Day which will be collected the following Saturday. This year, 96,000 households will be able to recycle turkey bones and leftover brussel sprouts using the new food waste service.

Council urges communities to look in on elderly and vulnerable neighbours during festive period

Aberdeenshire Council is urging residents to look in on their neighbours during the festive period, especially if they are elderly or vulnerable.

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