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A Moray resident is lucky to be alive after life-saving equipment was removed from a local harbour this week.
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.
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.
Moray Food Plus, Gordonstoun Fire Service, the Duke of Edinburgh Award Moray Committee, and 1st Buckie Company Boys’ Brigade, have all been awarded The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service. This is the highest award a local voluntary group can receive in the UK and is equivalent to an MBE.
The rainbow flag will fly above Moray Council’s HQ building in Elgin for Pride month throughout June.
Moray’s popular beach is accessible once again, following three years of limited access.
ROAD users in Moray are being urged to take care over the next eight weeks as 43 miles of roads in the area undergo surface dressing as part of the council’s annual road maintenance programme.
Pupils enjoy natural play equipment made from trees fallen during severe storms Arwen, Malik and Corrie
CULLEN Primary pupils are enjoying a new wooden obstacle course made from trees which fell during Storms Arwen, Malik and Corrie.
FURTHER events to mark Her Majesty the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee are set to take place over the extended bank holiday weekend from 2-5 June.
MORAY Council’s leadership was confirmed this morning (18 May) at the first Full Council meeting of the new term.
COMMUNITIES across Moray are set to mark Her Majesty the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee by hosting a number of events over the extended bank holiday weekend in June (2-5 June).
PHASE 3 of the new Lossiemouth High School was handed over on Monday 18 April, marking the completion of the £42million new-build project.