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Moray Council is inviting families to view the redevelopment plans for Elgin City Centre in Cooper Park on Saturday 28 August.
ALMOST £51,000 is available for community and regeneration projects in the Forres Academy area school group (ASG).
Clovenside Cemetery in Forres is to receive around £56,000 worth of drainage improvements.
PLANS detailing the review of the services that specialise in how children and young people with additional support needs are fully supported, included and involved in their learning were approved by the Council today (Wednesday 11 August 2021) as part of the Council’s Improvement and Modernisation Programme.
Two of Moray’s community champions received their British Empire Medal (BEM) from Moray’s Lord-Lieutenant, Major General Seymour Monro, at an investiture conducted at the Tolbooth in Forres on Wednesday 11 August.
Moray Council’s library service is inviting users to return outstanding book loans for free until 21 August, while returning to use libraries confidently in-person again.
SCHOOL pupils across Moray are celebrating after receiving their SQA exam results today (Tuesday 10 August), with many star pupils achieving high marks.
Moray Council and Scottish Water are working together to reduce drain floods in Forres, such as those seen during very heavy rainfall on Tuesday 27 July when parts of the drainage network became overwhelmed, causing some local roads to flood.
Repairs to the footpath at Lossiemouth’s West Beach are scheduled to take place later this month.
From Monday 9 August there will be no requirement to book a recycling slot in Forres, Keith, Buckie and Dallachy, which re-opens for the first time since the pandemic.
Early Learning and Childcare (ELC) in Moray has a new vision, with children at the heart of the future of Moray’s integrated early years service.
Moray Council’s Planning and Regulatory Services Committee has approved the formal planning application for the new £1.8m Lossiemouth East Beach bridge.