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03 May 2016
Strathearn and Strathallan
COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP NOTICE BOARD
An evening of film and book at Strathearn Community Campus
Brooklyn 18 May, 7.00pm
Following the showing of Brooklyn there will be a short discussion comparing the film to the book. However, there is no requirement to have read the book.
Tickets priced £3.50, are available in advance from Strathearn Community Campus reception.
For further information please contact Strathearn Community Library 01764 657705, email@example.com .
Auchterarder Library Tea & Tales Come along to Auchterarder Library for a blether about the old days. Meet new people, socialise and reminisce in a friendly, informal setting. Our second session will feature photographs of ‘bygone days’ so please feel free to bring your own photographs with you. Friday, 6th May 2:30 - 4:00pm Auchterarder Library, Chapel Wynd, Auchterarder PH3 1BL Tel: 01764 661435 firstname.lastname@example.org
Crieff Holiday Club and Mini Club
Join us for EPIC EXPLORERS an exciting island adventure exploring the life of Jesus. The club is for children who have been in P1 to P7 over the past school year. We expect high demand so please do register online early! Sports, games, songs, stories, crafts, quizzes and lots and lots of fun! 9.00am to 12noon at Academy Hall, Strathearn Terrace, Crieff. Children can bring lunch and stay till 12.30pm Participation is FREE. Register at www.crieffholidayclub.org.uk (Late registration may also be possible at door)
Also back by popular demand our Mini-club for pre-schoolers and parents/guardians in the St Andrew’s Hall, Strathearn Terrace from 9.00am to 12noon
All the family are welcome on Friday at 11.30am and then to our popular BBQ along the road in the grounds of Crieff Parish Church.
Epic Explorers is run by PVG checked volunteers from Crieff Parish Church (SC004304) & Crieff Baptist Church (SC021257)
Children and Young People at Crieff Parish Church
You and your family will be made most welcome at Crieff Parish church, Strathearn Terrace. We have a variety of activities to offer you
* Magpies on Tuesday from 9:30 to 10:30am messy play, story and craft group for young children.
* Songbirds also on Tuesday at 10:30am –a singing group for preschool children and babies.
* Baby and toddler group - Thursday from 9:30am to 11:30am Toys, craft, tea and chat.
* Sunday Explorers on Sunday at 9:40am till 10:30am during our early worship.
o Play Explorers for babies and toddlers
o Sunday Explorers for children under 11. Bible stories, crafts, DVDs and games.
o Adventurers for those in P7 and over.
* Sunday at 6:30 till 8 – Team Impact youth group. Active games, brain teasing activities and thoughtful pauses. Primary 7 upwards.
Also new this year “Who let the dads out” A group for dads, grandads and male carers and their young children. 21st May and 18th June, 23rd July - From 10 am to 12 noon
Toys games, healthy snack for the children. Tea Coffee and bacon rolls for the men. At St Andrew’s Hall, Strathearn Terrace, use the side door.
£1 per family -Contact Andrew or Elizabeth on 218976
All activities take place at the St Andrew’s Hall, Strathearn Terrace. Contact us on Facebook as Crieff Parish Church or online at www.crieff.church
Egyptmania Display at Strathearn Campus( April-August 2016)
This display contains a mixture of Egyptian objects from the collections of Perth Museum and Art Gallery and will appeal to all ages. Objects include Imsety: the human headed canopic jar lid that would have contained the deceased liver after mummification.
Shabti Figures: Taken by the deceased into the tomb. They came alive in the next life to do all your work for you. Senet: A well -known game played in Ancient Egypt by Pharoahs and workmen alike. Rosetta Stone replica: The amazing find that unlocked the secrets about how to decipher hierogylphics.
Even though this is just 1 case schools will find it of interest if doing the Egyptians, with the chance to see artefacts from 3000 years ago and find out the museum’s mummy.
Feed back from the display when it was at Loch leven Campus included: “very interesting, daughter age 5 very interested” “really interesting and well presented, good selection of items, fascinating, thank you”
Strathearn Library Celebrates Bookbug Saturday, 21 May 11:00 am
Cameron, the capercaillie is the worst dancer in the Cairngorms but with the help of his new friend he is set to learn some great moves! As part of Bookbug week, author of Can’t-Dance-Cameron, Emily Dodd, will be at Strathearn Community Campus to delight her young audience with a session full of fun actions, sound and dancing. Suitable for children aged 3 - 6 years
Tickets are FREE but please book in advance from Strathearn Community Library Strathearn Community Campus . Pittenzie Road, . Crieff . PH7 3JN
VOLUNTEER WALK LEADER TRAINING INFORMATION PACK
Would you like to encourage others to walk more and improve their health? This course is aimed at giving individuals the skills to lead/assist short health walks in their local community and/or start their own walking group. The next course will run on Friday 13th May 2016, Bells Sports Centre, Hay Street, Perth, PH1 5HS, 9.30am - 4pm
Is being a volunteer walk leader for you Walk Leader training is aimed primarily at local volunteers who will either lead or assist ‘health walks’ as part of the Stride for Life initiative. This course will give you the practical skills and advice on how to lead a walk safely and effectively and how to motivate others. Walk Leader training is also provided for partner organisations on the understanding they commit to either; developing a walking group, provide 6 taster experiences a year or provide active support to their service users to access walking opportunities.
Priority will be given to partners and volunteers from Perthshire who are committed to supporting the Stride for Life programme. The course is offered free of charge to all participants nominated by Stride for Life. All ‘Stride for Life’ partners and volunteers will be supported to become active walk leaders contact Colin Melville on 01738 454628 to discuss.
Perth & Kinross Info – Text project
Perth & Kinross Council Communities Services run a text project where we send information on local community events to anyone who has signed up for the scheme. We only need your mobile number, no names or addresses. If you are interested in finding out more contact Jacqueline Walsh 01764 657715 JWalsh@pkc.gov.uk or click on the link to sign up http://www.pkc.gov.uk/article/2332/Perth--Kinross-info---text-messaging-service
Scotland’s Mental Health First Aid
Courses will be running in the Strathearn area later in 2016 – for further details contact Jacqueline Walsh JWalsh@pkc.gov.uk For more information about the course visit www.smhfa.com
Auchterarder Archway Drop-in cafe Mondays 1.30pm to 3pm at the Parish Church, Auchterarder Further details from Jackie Doe Tel 01738 473718
Any groups wishing assistance with completing applications for funding should contact Jacqueline Walsh, Community Capacity Building Worker, Strathearn Community Campus 01764 657715 JWalsh@pkc.gov.uk
If you would like to receive regular updates on available sources of funding please contact Jacqueline Walsh to be added to our mailing list JWalsh@pkc.gov.uk tel 01764 657715
Crieff Community cafe – Every Thursday at Duchlage Lounge
What is it?
A weekly Thursday afternoon get-together. The café is informal, supporting and fun environment. Weekly themes will include: Singalongs, Reminiscence, Indoor Bowling, Kurling, Board games, and just blether! Cost is just 20p a week, which enables you to come along and enjoy the activities, entertainment, tea, coffee and biscuits for no additional weekly charge.
When & Where? Duchlage Court Community Lounge Thursdays 2pm – 3.30pm
Who do I contact? Ruth Woodhouse, Duchlage Court Manager, 01764 654413
The Café, Strathearn Community Campus,
Tuesday evenings 18:30—20:00 & Thursday mornings 10:30-12:00 Free Tea, coffee and chat Very relaxed, informal and friendly Everyone welcome! Just drop in! If you’d like more information call Lesley Taylor 01764 657618
IT for beginners & help with Laptops, iPads, Tablets etc
Do you want to learn some basic IT, or need help with your laptop , iPad or Tablet? Drop-In help sessions are available at Strathearn Community Campus, no experience necessary.
Every Wednesday until 29th June 2016 call in any time between 9.30am & 11.30am. Bring your own laptop, iPad or Tablet along, or we do have a few laptops available for public use. To find out more please call Lesley Taylor Monday to Friday 9.30am – 12 noon on 01764 657618
Auchterarder Library IT technology drop in on Tuesdays from 1000-1130 until 21 June. Bring your own laptop, iPad or Tablet along, or we do have a few laptops available for public use.
STRATHCARE and BERTIE BUS is a wholly voluntary group which for nearly 41 years has been helping people from Crieff and the surrounding Strathearn area, who are less able or just looking for company to enjoy the occasional outing or a trip with a purpose.
Wednesday and Friday Clubs: From April until December every Wednesday or Friday afternoon, each member of the clubs is collected from their home for an outing and a stop for refreshments, then returned home.
Crieff Stroke Support: meets fortnightly throughout the year and also provides a number of summer outings using Strathcare’s bus.
Library group: Once a month the bus takes passengers from their homes to the library In Crieff for a visit lasting an hour.
Dunblane shopping: Once a month there is a door to door shopping trip to Dunblane Marks and Spencer’s.
RVS lunch club: Each Thursday during school terms, the RVS run a lunch club at Duchlage court in Crieff and bus transport is provided by Strathcare from your home.
Vintage Club: This Club is supported by the NHS and is held at the Crieff Community Campus. Strathcare’s Bertie bus provides the transport from your home.
Contact our chairman Iain Maclean on 01764 655212 or Irwin Keith 01764 652541 Further information is also available on our website www.strathcare.org.uk
Action on Hearing Loss – Drop Ins
Come to our free local drop-in to find out about fitting new batteries and new tubing, caring for and getting used to your hearing aids, the different services that can help you, information on equipment that can help you, on-hand help & support from different services. We are unable to re-tube OPEN FIT aids ( thin wire with tip in ear).
*Change of Venue - Auchterarder Library, Chapel Wynd , Auchterarder , PH3 1BL
From 10am-12noon On Thursdays:12th May, 9th June
Crieff Community Hospital, Day Unit, King Street, Crieff, PH7 3HR From 1.30pm-3.30pm On Wednesdays: 4th May 1st June
VOLUNTEERS WANTED! Do you have a spare 2-4 hours a month ? Are you looking for a great volunteer opportunity? Then why not join our Action on Hearing Loss UK Volunteer Team of the Year! No experience necessary as full training will be given
For more information, please contact Michelle Donoghue, Project Coordinator
Tel 01382 201073 Mob 07436543243 Email Michelle.email@example.com
www.actiononhearingloss.org.uk Information Line: 0808 808 0123
The Auchterarder & District Community Trust
The Auchterarder & District Community Trust was established in 2008 by the Auchterarder Community Council to distribute monies received by the Auchterarder Community as a whole to charitable groups and organisations within the Auchterarder & District Area (Auchterarder, Aberuthven, Glendevon).
This enables the Trustees to donate to a wide range of charitable objects and activities which take place in, or have a direct impact on, the inhabitants of Auchterarder & District.
To achieve an effective distribution of funds, the Trustees establish policies and priorities for funding, which are reviewed regularly. http://www.auchterardertrust.org/
Meal Makers, the project that connects people and local communities through food, has now rolled out its services to Perth and Kinross.
The service is a free, local neighbourhood food-sharing project that uses an online platform to connect volunteers of any age who have a passion for cooking and want to be active in their communities (Cooks), with older neighbours over the age of 55 (Diners) who would appreciate a delicious home cooked meal from a friendly neighbour. Once a Cook and Diner have been matched the Cook will prepare an extra meal and deliver it to their Diner at a time agreed by both parties.
We have cooks ready in the following areas where we are specifically looking for Diners:
Aberuthven x 1
Auchterarder x 1 (not available until end of June)
We also have a 1 diner in Crieff and are looking for volunteer cooks to sign up as we don’t have any cooks in Crieff.
Cooks can join Meal Makers by visiting www.mealmakers.org.uk or contacting Meal Makers on 01738 452236 / firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would like to sign up as a Diner or know someone who would really appreciate some home cooked food, then you please call Meal Makers on 01738 452236.
Bingo at Parkdale, Auchterarder,
Bingo Afternoon every second Wednesday from the 13th April the price starts from £2.20 for 1 book up to £4.70 for 6 books which includes a flyer Raffle tickets are £1.00 for a strip, this is open to the community and to resident’s at Parkdale. For information contact Shona Cormack 01764 661366
Muthill are holding their Sportive cycle event again this year on 11 June.
It's to help raise funds for the Muthill to Crieff cycle path. The first part of the path should be complete in time to be used as part of the route.
As the cycle path will end up close to the Campus, it will be useful for pupils travelling to and from school.