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Agnes D Ogilvie 9 Mile Cottages Errol 1875

​Does anyone know where 9 mile cottage was in the Errol area

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Bandirran Exhibition Newsletter

Newsletter about the proposed wind-farm at Bandirran which will be visible from large parts of the Carse

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Big Lottery Fund - Communities & Families Fund

The Big Lottery Fund has recently launched a new  programme in conjunction with the Scottish Government - the Communities and Families fund. This joint fund offers small grants (of between £250 and £10,000) to support projects working with young children (pre-birth to 8 years) and their parents.

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CACE Summer Term Classes 2014

A varied programme of classes and activities has been planned by CACE - Starts Monday 21 April 2014

CACE AGM - Friday 23rd May 2014 7:00 for 7:30pm, Inchture Village Hall

 

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Carse Association for Continuing Education (CACE)

CACE strive to improve the social environment for the inhabitants of the
Carse of Gowrie by facilitating educational and recreational activities.

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Carse of Gowrie Film Club

You are invited to the Carse Film Club. Films will be shown Saturday evenings at East Inchmichael Farm, Errol, home of Cairn o’ Mohr wines. Showings start at approximately 8 pm, (doors open 7:45)

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Carse of Gowrie Orchards Group

The Carse of Gowrie Orchards Group was initiated by the Tayside Biodiversity Partnership to encourage the restoration and creation of orchards within the Carse of Gowrie.

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Carse of Gowrie Weather

Live, local weather for Carse of Gowrie, Tayside and UK.
http://www.carseweather.co.uk

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Cistern Green Project

The Cistern Green open meeting was held Thursday 8th March 2012, folk who turned up enjoyed a lively, and interesting, discussion. Click read more for meeting notes. Updates and progress will be posted on this website.

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Climate Challenge Fund (CCF) grants

The Climate Challenge Fund (CCF) helps community groups wanting tackle climate change by reducing their carbon footprint.

The CCF was launched by the Scottish Government in 2008 and since then £40m plus has been awarded to more than 390 community groups across Scotland who have reduced their carbon footprints and made improvements to their communities. These groups have also received advice and support from Keep Scotland Beautiful, who administer the scheme.

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