The next meeting of Monimail Community Council will be on Monday 13th July 2015 at 7pm, Letham Village Hall.
The popular Letham Gymkhana will take place this year (2015) on Sunday 2nd August.
We will be back at the The Howe Country Centre in Giffordtown, courtesy of Highfield Equestrian
There’s classes to suit all ages and abilities
- Jumping classes from lead rein to Horse Open (85cm)
- Riding Club horse/Pony Club pony, games, and
- Handy pony
Perpetual trophies awarded for the winners of every class, plus overall points
Click the links below for the Schedule and entry form. Entries will be taken on the day, but if you enter in advance you’ll save a few ££, and save some time on the day!
Any enquiries – contact Alison Irvine on 01337 830366, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Click here for schedule —> Gymkhana schedule 2015 final
Click here for entry form —> entry form 1 page
Roland, Andrea, Johann and Hendrik Langrock, who have been part of our community for the past 4 years will be moving back to Germany this month. There will be a Goodbye Gathering at Letham Village Hall this Sunday 12th July 2pm-5pm.
It is NOT a surprise party so no need to keep quiet about it. Everyone is welcome to come and say goodbye and wish the family luck in their new adventures.
Alot of people will be busy and away on holiday, but for those around on the day, even if you could pop in for 30 mins, the Langrock’s would appreciate it. There will be juice/tea/coffee supplied but we are asking if you could please bring some wee nibbles.
There will be a book for everyone to write a message in and attach photos (could be of the family, your family, Letham….), this will then be given to the Langrock’s as a Goodbye gift. Please spread the word!!
The minutes of Monimail Community Council Meeting held on 18th May 2015
The open garden held at North Lodge, Monimail last Sunday was a great success, raising a total of £1,200 for Letham village hall funds and being well supported by very many of the local community. The total was made up of £700 from donations, admission and stalls plus £500 from the sale of “Letham & Monimail” tea towels. Very grateful thanks are extended to all who helped to contribute to this success with donations of baking, plants, and prizes, including local businesses who donated raffle prizes. These were Couper Carpets, Fisher & Donaldson, Nickel & Dime. Patersons Fruit Shop, Ronnie Black, the Scottish Deer Centre and Tesco. Music provided by the Eden Ensemble was much enjoyed. Their next performance is at Hill of Tarvit on 30th May at 7.30 p.m.