Search results

You searched for "clubs"

Youth Clubs

Youth clubs provide valuable opportunities for young people to socialise with their friends and take part in a variety of activities outwith school hours, particularly in rural areas where there are few facilities available to young people. Many also offer organised outings and trips to facilities not available in the local area.   Most are run b...

http://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/schools/cld/youth-clubs/

Local information

Contains information on Clubs and Societies, Events, Local Holidays, Webcams, Disability access, Town halls.

http://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/local/

Finding Information

Contains information on Ask a Librarian, Local Studies, Family history, Online Information Resources, The George MacDonald Collection, Clubs and Societies, Weblinks.

http://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/libraries/other-information/

Sport and fitness

Contains information on Find your sport centre, Sports and activity charges, Book sport activities and equipment, Community sport, Active memberships, Aberdeenshire Sports Council, Recreational fishing, Sign up for a sport event, Active Schools, Swim Aberdeenshire.

http://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/leisure-sport-and-culture/sport-and-fitness/

Play and recreational activities

To find out about sports, hobbies and youth organisations in your area, search the online Clubs and Societies Directory. If you are involved in a sports or hobby club, youth group or society and wish the details to be available to the public on the database, download a form or pick up a form at any Aberdeenshire library.    

http://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/social-care-and-health/children-and-families/family-information-service/play-and-recreational-activities/

Children

Each child is unique and develops in their own very special way. Here are some ideas for the best way to grow a child.   Babies and Toddlers Parent and toddler groups Parent and baby groups Kindergym Rhymetimes and storytelling SureStart (work with parents) Access all areas   Pre-school children Playgroups Kindergym Access all areas   Primary...

http://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/schools/cld/children/

About Active Schools

Active Schools is an initiative developed in partnership between SportScotland and all local authorities in Scotland. Schools that take part in this initiative provide children with opportunities to get active and make a positive contribution to their health. Our motto is more children, more active, more often. Find out more about Active Schools: ...

http://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/leisure-sport-and-culture/sport-and-fitness/active-schools/about-active-schools/

Information Links

Information Organisations Outdoor Sports Clubs Outdoor Sports Governing Bodies Ski Centres On this page you will find links to websites that may be of interest to you covering a range of activities such as mountaineering, watersports, cycling and skiing.   Information: Ordnance Survey Outdoor Education Research and Evaluation Center UK Climbing ...

http://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/schools/outdoor/information-links/

Orienteering Expeditions

Guidance for Leaders Qualifying Awards Glossary Weil's and Lyme's Disease (pdf 20.3 kb) Orienteering is a competitive sport originating from Scandinavia where it enjoys massive popularity. It can be described briefly as a mixture of cross-country running and map reading. Orienteering largely takes place in accessible forest areas, and sometimes ...

http://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/schools/outdoor/activities/orienteering-expeditions/

Littlewood Court sheltered housing

Littlewood Court sheltered housing scheme is situated in the village of Kemnay. The scheme has 28 one bedroom and four two bedroom self-contained flats. All are connected to the community alarm system. Facilities at the scheme include: a communal lounge communal laundry There are two guest bedrooms, one double and one twin, available for u...

http://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/housing/housing-options/renting/sheltered-housing/littlewood-court-kemnay/

Peterhead Active Schools

Active Schools provides information about programmes and activities taking place in the Peterhead network. The schools in the Peterhead network are Peterhead Academy, Anna Ritchie School, Boddam Primary, Buchanhaven Primary, Burnhaven Primary, Clerkhill Primary, Dales Park Primary, Longhaven Primary, Meethill Primary, Peterhead Central Primary, Por...

http://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/leisure-sport-and-culture/sport-and-fitness/active-schools/active-schools-in-your-area/peterhead-network/

Summerhill House sheltered housing

Summerhill House sheltered housing scheme is situated in the village of Newmachar. The scheme has 24 self-contained one bedroom flats and eight linked cottages. The properties are connected to the community alarm system. Facilities at the scheme include: a communal lounge communal laundry There is one guest bedroom available for use by relatives ...

http://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/housing/housing-options/renting/sheltered-housing/summerhill-house-newmachar/

About the Childcare Strategy

  Aiming to make sure that good quality, affordable childcare is available to meet the needs of all families across Aberdeenshire.   Our vision is: making sure services are responsive to, and targeted upon, the needs of children and their families supporting children within their own communities in collaboration with the wishes of parents buil...

http://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/social-care-and-health/children-and-families/childcare-strategy/childcare-strategy/

Community sports hubs

In partnership with Sportscotland, we are developing community sports hubs across Aberdeenshire. They bring together sport clubs and key local partners. This is to improve the health and well being of local people through sports by: increasing participation in sports engaging the local community promoting community leadership offering a range of s...

http://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/leisure-sport-and-culture/sport-and-fitness/community-sport/community-sport-hubs/

Banchory Sports Village

Banchory Sports Village will provide the town and surrounding area with enhanced sports facilities and is expected to open to the public in early 2019. The new facility will be located behind Hill of Banchory Primary School in the north-east of the town. It will include a six lane swimming pool suitable for competitions, as well as a training pool,...

http://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/schools/building-improvements/banchory-community/

Support for Autism

Support in Schools Aberdeenshire Education and Children's Services provides placement opportunities and provision in mainstream schools, support bases and special schools to reflect the diversity of needs of children and young people with autism. It is further proposed that within each Aberdeenshire Children's Services Network (CSN) a multi-agenc...

http://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/schools/additional-support-needs/support-for-autism/

Allowances and Payments

As a foster carer you will receive an allowance which covers the day-to-day expenses of caring for a child or young person. You will also receive a skills payment which recognises your level of knowledge and skill.   Weekly fostering allowance The weekly allowance varies depending on the age of the child being fostered. AgeWeekly Allowance...

http://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/social-care-and-health/children-and-families/fostering/allowances-and-payments/

Allowances and payments

Kinship carers may be entitled to allowances or state benefits. Your entitlement depends on the type of kinship carer you are and your income, including other benefits and state pension. Carer of a 'looked after' child Carer of a 'non looked after' child Informal kinship carer   Carer of a ‘looked after’ child If you are a carer of a 'looked aft...

http://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/social-care-and-health/children-and-families/kinship-care/allowances-and-payments/

Child performance licence

Any child under compulsory school leaving age, wishing to take part in any public performances, will only be able to do so under authority of licence granted by the local authority for the area where the child lives. A licence is necessary for: a performance in connection with a charge (such as an admission fee or wage) any performance in licensed...

http://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/licensing/licences-and-permits/child-performance-licence/

Duathlon Series

Every year, we organise a number of Duathlon events during the winter:   Race locations and fees Categories Detailed rules Results and prizes Race cancellations Support Contact Race locations and fees View our races. Dates Events 22/01/2017 Westhill 26/02/2017 Inverurie 19/03/2017 Aboyne  02/04/2017 Knockburn 02/04/2017 Knockburn kid...

http://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/leisure-sport-and-culture/sport-and-fitness/sports-events/duathlon-series/

Triathlon Series

Every year, we organise a number of short, sprint and standard Triathlon events:  Race locations and fees Categories Detailed rules Results and prizes Race cancellations Support Contact Race locations and fees View our races and select a race to get more detailed information and register.  Dates Events 16/04/2017 Turriff (short and sprint) ...

http://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/leisure-sport-and-culture/sport-and-fitness/sports-events/triathlon-series/

Short breaks or respite care for children or young people with disabilities

Short breaks or respite care for children or young people with disabilities includes a range of short term services. The purpose is to provide a break which is a positive experience for the child or young person with care needs. Giving them opportunities to develop autonomy and independence. Short breaks also give family carers a rest from their ca...

http://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/social-care-and-health/community-care/caring-for-others/short-breaks/children-or-young-people-with-disabilities-short-breaks-respite-care/

Sailing (Including Powerboating and Windsurfing)

Guidance for Leaders Glossary Cruising Dinghies Power Boating Windsurfing Life jacket, buoyancy aid and helmet requirements (pdf 21.9 kb) Beaufort Wind Scale (pdf 23.7 kb) Sailing is a multi disciplined activity, offering continuing opportunities for people of all ages and abilities. Depending on the nature of sailing undertaken, it can provide ...

http://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/schools/outdoor/activities/sailing-including-powerboating-and-windsurfing/

Employment Support Team (EST)

 Who Are We? The Employment Support Team (EST) is Aberdeenshire Council's central point for employment. The team coordinates the Aberdeenshire Employability Partnership, which is geared to help people into work & training. Who Do We Assist? The EST assists anyone living in Aberdeenshire, who is actively seeking employment or loo...

http://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/jobs-and-careers/employability-support/employment-support-team/

Community Councils

Community councils represent the views - and take action to promote the interests of - the community. Community councils can carry out a variety of roles, including: help with environmental projects organising local galas printing and distributing local newsletters representing Community Councils on other organisations providing lunch clubs for th...

http://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/communities-and-events/community-councils/community-councils/

Paying for childcare

From August 2014, the number of hours of free early learning and childcare for children aged three and four has increased from 12.5 to almost 16 hours a week. Some two year olds will also receive this free entitlement. Find out more: Changes to childcare provision (pdf 100kb) New child care entitlement for two year olds (pdf 101kb)   Here are som...

http://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/social-care-and-health/children-and-families/family-information-service/paying-for-childcare/

Aquathon Series

Every year, we organise a number of short, sprint and standard Duathlon events:  Race locations and fees Categories Detailed rules Registration Results and prizes Race cancellations Support Contact Race locations and fees View our upcoming races.  Date Location Times Type 03/07/2017 Knockburn 7pm start (registration 6pm to 6.30pm) Adults and...

http://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/leisure-sport-and-culture/sport-and-fitness/sports-events/aquathon-series/

Licensing policy statements

The current statements of licensing policy for the North, Central and South Aberdeenshire Licensing Boards in terms of the Licensing (Scotland) Act 2005 are listed below. These policies were due to be reviewed in 2016 but, due to provisions being enacted under the Air Weapons and Licensing (Scotland) Act 2015, the Scottish Government has postponed ...

http://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/licensing/alcohol/policies/policy-statements/

Golf Courses

In the case of most Golf Clubs there will usually be 4 main areas to consider for health and safety: the Clubhouse and employees the Greenkeeper's sheds and employees the Driving range the Professional For further information contact the Greenkeepers Training Committee With each it may be...

http://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/business/health-and-safety/legislation-and-guidance/golf-courses/

Parks and Open Spaces in the Marr Area

The numerous parks, playing fields and open spaces in Marr include: Alford Pleasure Park which includes a bowling green, dry ski slope, skateboard park, a variety of play equipment football pitches and a pavilion, Haughton Country Park includes a pond area, play equipment, dog exercise area and a trim track exercise area beside the river Don, w...

http://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/communities-and-events/parks-and-open-spaces/parks-and-open-spaces-in-the-marr-area/

Guide to working in childcare

Why work with children? Quality education, care and play for children from birth to age 14 makes a real difference to their lives, laying the foundation for all-round development in their crucial formative years and preparing them for adulthood. Thousands of children are already benefiting from the input of people like you: people who care abo...

http://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/social-care-and-health/children-and-families/childcare-strategy/guide-to-working-in-childcare/

Childcare

We give detailed, up-to-date and impartial information on various types of childcare to suit your needs, including: childminders playgroups nurseries out of school care home based childcare parent and toddler groups holiday schemes more information   Search the online childcare database.   Childminders Childminders are professional...

http://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/social-care-and-health/children-and-families/family-information-service/childcare/

Education and Children's Services

As an integrated service, Education and Children's Services provides a wide range of services including, schools, nurseries, cultural services, sport and leisure and community learning and development. We believe that learning should be a lifelong experience and is at the heart of the services we offer. Our four main objectives are: To improve lea...

http://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/council-and-democracy/about-us/service-structure/ecs/

Licensing

Listed Alphabetically: Animal Feed Business Consumer Credit or Hire Explosives Petroleum Poisons Animal Feed Business If you make, use or market animal feeding-stuffs you will require to be registered with us.This includes most livestock farms and arable farms that grow, use or sell crops for feed as well as producers, hauliers and stores of feed...

http://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/business/trading-standards/business/licensing/

Parks and Open Spaces in Formartine

The numerous parks, playing fields and public open spaces in the Formartine area include Ellon Riverside park – runs from west to east through the town providing a natural area of native species providing a valuable habitat for wildlife including herons, salmon, trout and otters.  Next to the car park is the Moot Hill Monument site of the court of ...

http://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/communities-and-events/parks-and-open-spaces/parks-and-open-spaces-in-formartine/

Partnership programmes

This section provides information about the many events and partnership programmes that our Active Schools are involved in. Many national agencies recognise the importance of Active Schools in coordinating and facilitating governing bodies and Scottish Government initiatives that impact on our young people's lives and habits. Find events in your ar...

http://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/leisure-sport-and-culture/sport-and-fitness/active-schools/partnership-programmes/

Online services

We offer a range of online services from automatic alerts for jobs through to school meal payments.  These can all be accessed by signing in to myAberdeenshire, powered by myaccount: What is it? Available now and next Registering Signing in Help What is it? It is a simple, secure way to access a range of Scottish public services online using jus...

http://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/my/help/

Cycling (Including Road Cycling, Trail Cycling and Mountain Biking)

Guidance Awards Glossary Weil's and Lyme's Disease (pdf 20.3 kb) Mountain biking, using specially designed and built cycles, is steadily increasing in popularity as a means of exploring the countryside. Mountain biking, XC biking and trail cycling are all widely used descriptive terms for this developing sport. Trails built specifically to offer...

http://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/schools/outdoor/activities/cycling-including-road-cycling-trail-cycling-and-mountain-biking/

Developing Motor Skills

Helping your child to develop the motor skills needed for every day activities Motor Skills is the term often used to describe the co-ordinated movements needed for everyday activities and learning. Who are these pages for? - for families, carers, people who work with children and of course the children and young people themselves What is in t...

http://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/schools/parents-carers/support-for-families/developing-motor-skills/

Kayaking In Swimming Pools

General Information Canoeing is usually considered to be an outdoor adventurous activity. Swimming pools however, provide an alternative temperature controlled environment which can be used to introduce groups to the activity indoors. Pool sessions can maximise opportunities for experiencing our sports diversity, overcoming...

http://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/schools/outdoor/activities/kayaking-in-swimming-pools/

Provisional premises licence

A provisional premises licence is for an alcohol business where the premises are still under construction or conversion. You can apply for a provisional premises licence for premises that, at the time of making the application, are yet to be, or are in the course of being, constructed or converted for use as licensed premises. Premises that are gra...

http://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/licensing/licences-and-permits/provisional-premises-licence/

Premises licence - guidance

We produced guidance to help you understand the process of applying for premises licence. For further information view full guidance (pdf 171KB). View information about: Who can apply Operating plan Layout plan Who can apply Any person aged 18 and over can apply for a premises licence as can a partnership, a company, a member’s club, students’ un...

http://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/licensing/licences-and-permits/new-premises-licences/premises-licence-conditions/

Occasional licence to sell alcohol

You need to have an occasional licence if you intend to temporarily sell alcohol on unlicensed premises (or in some cases club premises). Before you apply find out more about occasional licences: Events requiring occasional licence When you should apply Application fee Who can apply Duration of the licence What to include in your application How t...

http://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/licensing/licences-and-permits/occasional-licences/

Scale of Fees

Charges relating to copying documentation or for carrying out research are detailed on our Table of Charges (pdf 21.2KB). If you have any queries relating to the current fees for applications, or any other type of application, please contact one of our local offices. Current planning fees Check the required fees based on the category of development...

http://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/planning/planning-applications/scale-of-fees/