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Keith

Keith Common Good Fund boosted by £5,000 SGN donation

Moray Council representatives have agreed to give a £5,000 donation from SGN to Keith Common Good Fund, following widespread gas outages earlier this year.

Wild World Heroes - Summer Reading Challenge 2021-2

Children to be Wild World Heroes at Moray Libraries

PRIMARY school children in Moray have the opportunity to become Wild World Heroes this summer as they embrace reading for pleasure. 

The re:connect partnership

Young people in Moray to benefit from the launch of the re:connect partnership

COASTEERING, gorge-walking, kayaking, circus skills and film-making are just some of the activities young people in Moray can get involved in through a new youth programme called re:connect.

Elgin City Centre Masterplan map

Elgin City Centre Masterplan consultation extended

Moray Council has extended the public consultation on the draft Elgin City Centre Masterplan to 30 July.

L-R: Rose MacPherson Grant (Gordonstoun); Catriona Sutherland (Elgin Academy); Blair Jackson (Elgin Academy); Finn Barber (Gordonstoun)

Commemorative plaque unveiled to celebrate Duke of Edinburgh awards legacy

A PLAQUE to commemorate HRH The Duke of Edinburgh’s legacy through his awards scheme launched in Moray was unveiled today, on what would have been the Duke’s 100th birthday.

Pupils from Elgin Academy and Gordonstoun launch the Moray Badge Platinum Jubilee with Lords-Lieutenant of Moray and Banffshire; Deputy Lieutenant Joanna Grant Peterkin (Chair of the Moray Badge Platinum Jubilee); Elgin Academy Head Teacher, Kyle Scott; Principal of Gordonstoun, Lisa Kerr; and Convener of Moray Council, Cllr Shona Morrison

Moray Badge Platinum Jubilee launches

The award which HRH The Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Philip, won at school and which went on to form the inspiration for the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award, is being re-launched for all schoolchildren in Moray to mark the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.

Replacement programme for street lighting across Moray

Lighting up Moray for less

Moray Council has reported its street lighting upgrade work is to be completed significantly under budget.

L-R: Flynn Stewart-Peterson, Emily Moule, Nicholas Ralston, Louise McMann, Kyle Pegg (All S6)

Secondary schools in Moray fly the rainbow flag

SECONDARY schools in Moray are flying the rainbow flag to celebrate Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ+) Pride month, which begins today (1 June).

Children playing outdoors at Pilmuir Nursery

Pilmuir Nursery inspection shows improvement

The most recent Care Inspectorate report for Pilmuir Nursery in Forres shows all areas of inspection sit at five (Very Good) on a six (Excellent) point scale.

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Moray Council Chief Executive, Roddy Burns, on "hugely welcome" move to Level 2

Roddy Burns paid tribute to the Moray-wide response, as restrictions are set to be eased in the area from midnight tonight.

Lhanbryde nursery outdoors

Moray Council seeks early years values feedback

Moray Council’s early years service is asking residents to contribute to its vision and aims for the future.

businesses urged to apply to discretionary fund

Level 3 Moray business support details

Details have been published for the financial support available to Moray businesses impacted by remaining in level 3 of covid-19 restrictions.