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North Kincardine Rural Community Council serves the Maryculter area. Their work includes representing local views on planning applications, community issues, events and the impact of the AWPR (Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route).

You can find out more at www.nkrcc.org.uk

You can follow up to date news on Facebook - The South Deeside View (SDV)

Twitter @NKRCCouncil.

Online edition: www.issuu.com/thesouthdeesideview

 

 

 

"Culter in Bloom"  are responsible for making the village an attractive and colourful place.  They plant trees, bulbs, place hanging-baskets, plant troughs- if it's growing they probably planted it!

Their motto is "Planting Pride in the Community" and news, information about their work can be found at:

www.culterinbloom.org.uk

 

Culter Resilient Communities Plan

QUESTIONNAIRE FOR VOLUNTEERS

Some of the ways in which you could help:

Are you willing and able to assist with the preparation of catering or the provision of hot drinks at the halls in the village that will be serving as places of safety/rest centres?
Yes
No
Can you provide transport [4x4] for urgent errands/messages? Yes No

Are you willing and able to help place out sandbags or assist with putting up domestic flood gates for those who are unable to do so?
Yes
No
Do you have a specific skill that the community can call upon during an emergency? If your answer is ‘yes’, what skills can you offer?



Yes

No


Please note this would not involve payment, as the Community Council does not have any budget for this.
If you are willing to help please provide your contact details below.
The information you give will be held by the community co-ordinator, and only used or divulged when necessary during an incident or emergency.

Name

Address


Email

Availability [for example: day and night, day time only, night time only, weekends only, etc]


Home Tel
Mobile Tel
Would you be willing to be a telephone contact in your area in the event of an emergency?

Please add any suggestions or comments you would like us to consider.

Thank you for taking the time to complete this questionnaire, your interest and help is very much appreciated. You can return it to us by handing it in at Culter Library.

 

The final draft of the Culter Resilience Plan can be accessed by clicking below:

Culter Community Resilience Plan 

Judy Dack

Culter Community Resilience Team

on behalf of Culter Community Council

 

Culter Community Resilience Plan Update

A group of Culter residents and members of Culter Community Council are working together to develop a Resilient Communities Plan for Culter. Community Resilience is an initiative supported by the local, Scottish, and UK governments. The principle is that communities develop a plan so that they can help during an emergency in a way that complements, but in no way replaces, the response of the emergency services.

The Culter Community Resilience Plan group are making good progress and wish to thank the organisations and the people of Culter who have helped them achieve this, and thank everyone who has already volunteered to help if there was an emergency.

Community Resilience depends on volunteers and more volunteers are needed. There are information leaflets in the library about the Culter Resilience Plan and these include a form for those who would like to volunteer. Completed forms can be left with the library staff.

More information about Community Resilience can be found on the Scottish Government website: www.readyscotland.org

JUDITH DACK

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