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Hillside Farm - Dufftown community led housing

Dufftown housing masterplan drop-in event for locals

Dufftown’s Hillside Farm housing masterplan is the subject of a forthcoming drop-in event for locals, part of the Moray Growth Deal’s £7.5m Housing Mix Delivery project.

Lucy Smith, BEM, with Moray’s Lord-Lieutenant, Major General Seymour Monro, and Vice Lord-Lieutenant, Nancy Robson OBE.

Lucy Smith receives British Empire Medal

Lucy Smith was today (Friday 21 July 2023) presented with the British Empire Medal for voluntary services to motor neurone disease (MND) research.

Having fun as they follow the Forres number trail challenge, are Emily and Paul Pitcher, with children Seth and Cora

Family maths trail adds up to holiday fun

A fun outdoor number trail is helping youngsters learn that maths is all around them.

Duffus Duke Of Edinburgh Award stone unveiled

Moray stones trail commemorates Duke of Edinburgh Award legacy

The final commemorative stone in a trail honouring Moray’s unique place in the history of the Duke of Edinburgh (DofE) Award is now in place.

Cultural Quarter 3

Design team wanted for Elgin Town Hall redevelopment

Moray Council has published the stage one design tender for the redevelopment of Elgin Town Hall.

Moray Council HQ

Moray event to highlight supplier opportunities

Moray Council is inviting potential suppliers of first aid training to learn more about an upcoming tender opportunity.

Council representatives hand over the lease of the site at Pinefield to members of the Elgin Allotment Association

Elgin allotments site handed over by Moray Council

An area of land in Elgin is ready for cultivation as new allotments for local residents.

Hospitality businesses

Consultation on alcohol licensing policy for Moray

Moray Licensing Board is seeking feedback from residents and businesses on its draft alcohol licensing policy which will be in place for the next five years.

An overcast sky hangs over a small playpark, the swings and climbing frames in the distance beyond which there are several houses which dot the surrounds of the park.

Buckie residents are being asked for views on new Letterfourie play park

Moray Council is upgrading Buckie’s Letterfourie Play Park and asking residents for their views on the types of play equipment they want to see installed.

A man in a check shirt with overalls on sits to the right of the picture, facing left underneath a sink. His right hand is on a pipe underneath the sink, he holds a tool in his left hand. An open toolbox sits on the floor in the background.

Moray tradesfolk invited to join new Trusted Trader scheme

A call has gone out for Moray’s reliable traders to sign up to a scheme that protects customers from poor workmanship.

The exterior wall of Moray Council's headquarters, the writing is blue and there is a green bush in the background.

Permanent closure of Inveravon Primary School

Moray Council has received notification from Scottish Ministers today (6 July 2023) that it can go ahead with its decision of 24 May 2023 to permanently close Inveravon Primary School.

A colour coded map of Moray including the Cairngorms National Park.

NEW DEADLINE: More time to let us know your big ideas for future of Moray

Moray Council has extended the deadline for submitting ideas to help shape and inform the early stages of developing the Local Development Plan.