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L-R Cllr Neil McLennan, Sergeant Johnpaul Johnstone, Pilot Officer Emily Moore

Deserved recognition for Moray's military community ahead of Armed Forces Day

MORAY’S military community has been given deserved recognition with the raising of the Armed Forces Day flag above Moray Council HQ in Elgin.

Council backs vision for Forres of the future

Funding plan for Forres Town Centre Improvement

Moray Council is to pursue newly launched National Lottery Heritage Fund and Historic Environment Scotland schemes to fund the Forres Town Centre Improvement Plan.

L-R Vice Lord-Lieutenant of Moray, Nancy Robson OBE, Chair of the Moray Emergency Relief Fund, Lieutenant Colonel Grenville Johnston, Moray Council's Refugee and Resettlement Project Officer, Roy Geddes

£5,000 boost from Moray Emergency Relief Fund to support Ukrainians settling in Moray

MORAY’S refugee resettlement team has received £5,000 from the Moray Emergency Relief Fund (MERF) to disburse to local organisations supporting Ukrainian arrivals in the area.

Rogue trader

Beware of rogue traders in Moray

Moray Council’s Trading Standards team is warning residents about an increase in rogue traders targeting vulnerable people in the area.

Moray Council HQ

Changes to planning charges in Moray

Moray Council has agreed to update discretionary fees and surcharges for planning applications, in-line with new national regulations.

Forres Town Hall

Moray Council to assist regeneration funding requests

Three community groups will be supported by Moray Council to apply for the Scottish Government’s Regeneration Capital Grant Fund (RCGF).

Lossie High School pipe band pipe the opening party across the new bridge

Children and young people to benefit from expansion of the music tuition offering in Moray

MEMBERS of Moray Council’s Corporate Committee have today (Tuesday 14 June) agreed to allocate £35,000 of funding to the expansion of the music tuition programme for the 2022/23 academic year.

Moray Council HQ

Moray Council reviews legacy rental support scheme

Moray Council has today (Tuesday 14 June) reviewed the rental support awarded to voluntary and community organisations leasing council property.

The Old Water Tower at Garmouth
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Garmouth Water Tower approved for Community Ownership

Moray Council has today (Tuesday 14 June) approved a Community Asset Transfer of Garmouth Water Tower to Garmouth and Kingston Community Association.

Missing life ring at harbour

Not all heroes wear capes – some are wild swimmers

A Moray resident is lucky to be alive after life-saving equipment was removed from a local harbour this week.

Children playing outdoors at Pilmuir Nursery

Top-up hours to be offered at 6 year-round Moray Council Early Learning and Childcare settings

MEMBERS of the Education, Children’s and Leisure Services Committee have today (Wednesday 8 June) agreed to extend the early learning and childcare (ELC) top-up offer to include all year-round settings in Moray.

We want to build a world of play for children

Prepare to play in Moray with LEGO library activities

Moray Council’s Libraries and Information Service is asking parents and carers to make a Play Pledge as part of The LEGO Foundation’s new manifesto for play.