After a fairly lukewarm response to the last site makeover, I’ve gone back to a more traditional design. Let me know what you think using the comments box.
Follow this link to to see for yourself the planning proposal for a windturbine on Prospect Hill (above the cabins on hill in front of you as you head towards Dundee past Lindifferon).
Why not share your thoughts by using the comments facility on this post.
If your bin is due for emptying on 25th or 26th December, it will now be emptied on Sunday 27th.
Likewise if the bin is to be emptied on 1st or Second January, this will now happen on 3rd January 2010.
There doesn’t appear to be any recycling collections over this period.
The fifdirect website has a great personalised calender here.
The letter below has been sent by Julie and Lance on School Brae to Fife council.
We await the council’s response with interest as this issue really needs resolving once and for all.
Ian Laing has been appointed as the Fife Police co-ordinator for an organisation
called Horsewatch Scotland. In essance it is aimed at anyone who is in any way involved in the equestrian community, be it by means of their employment, or leisure. The parties do not have to own a horse.
People can easily join by going into the Horsewatch Scotland website and whenever a crime occurrs involving horse mutilations, theft of horses, theft of tack or similar an e-mail goes out warning other potential victims to be on their guard. It is also a valuable tool for anyone who is offered equestrian property at bargain prices and wants to make sure the source is not dubious.
Although the scheme is well established south of the border and generates a heap of information there, it is very much in its infancy here and there is a lot less equestrian crime, so updates will take time to build up. I would urge anyone who is interested to join Horsewatch for free, or contact Ian for more information on 0845 600 5702.
Click here to view September’s North Howe Transition Toun Community Newsletter as a pdf file.
On Friday 9th October 2009 at 7.30pm (NEW DATE!) in Letham Village Hall there will be an ‘Old Letham Night‘ – an illustrated talk by local historian Donald Dallas and a chance to look at photos, maps and artefacts from the village’s past. This will be a ‘Bring Your Own Bottle’ event but stovies and tea are included! Don’t miss it!
Letham Woodland group are running a free family event in Letham Woods on Sunday 30th August 2009. Local Drummers Drumfunwill be along to let you clear those Sunday morning cobwebs with their drumming workshop.
All welcome 11am -3pm at the Firepit
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Vandalism reported in Letham!!
Sandy Robertson – who does the school run – has offered to run a bus service on Friday 28th to the Giffordtown Transition Tavern Evening.
Outward – approximate times….
7.30 – Post Office Bow of Fife 7.35 – Letham – at the tree 7.38 – Monimail triangle 7.42 – Collessie – near railway bridge 7.46 – Giffordtown 7.50 – Giffordtown Village Hall
00.10 – return journey
The cost of the bus will depend on the numbers. If we can fill the bus it will be cheaper so please email me (a.heminsley333 at btinternet dot com) to book a seat.
If you would like another stop in the itinerary please also let me know – within reason!