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Round up & Resolutions for January 2015
from K&M Communities

Scottish Charity Children 1st asked children what they wished for in 2014.  Their wishes made them sad, ten angry then determined to do even more in 2015.  
Join them as an individual or group in a resolution in 2015 to put children first and they'll help you keep it. Learns more at their website - 

Are you a parent?  Could you use your experience to help make a difference to local families

Home-Start Kincardine  are currently recruiting volunteers who will visit families in their own home; usually once a week for a couple of hours, and offer hands on practical support with diverse issues such as isolation, disability, depression, exhaustion, poverty.

To find out more about our volunteer training course which will be starting in February 2015, please contact the office on 01569 767773, or pop in to the office at 32 David Street, Stonehaven, AB39 2AL

An Edible Trail?
Not the crumbs from the biscuit tin apparently! In September 2014, workers and volunteers interested in food, cooking and eating as it relates to our wellbeing gathered together to brainstorm for local activities.  Ideas around fun training, social media, allotments and an edible trail came up.  There will be a meeting on 19th January to explore what an edible trail could look like in Kincardine & Mearns.  If you'd like to find out more or get involved, contact Fiona Murray on Mobile. 07768356299 or
Recovery - It's a Family Affair!

More and more families are experiencing not only the struggles of addiction but now also the JOY of RECOVERY!
Come and find out more with Grampian Family Support Forum and Friends on Saturday 24th January 11am - 4pm in Inverurie Town Hall - it's FREE & TRAVEL CAN BE SUPPORTED. BOOKING ESSENTIAL

For more information or to book a place email or phone/text 07511 682824
New NHS Grampian Community Endowment Fund
Funding has become available for local communities to support delivery of: 
- improvements in the physical and mental health of local population and staff
- prevention, diagnosis and treatment of illness
- provision of services and facilities in connection to the above.
Groups can apply for up to £5,000 per application.
Applications to the fund will be accepted throughout the year. If you would like more information or an application form please contact Fiona Murray on Mobile. 07768356299 or
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