Whats on Inverbervie March 6

Castle Hotel in its prime, now castle Lodge Residential home, under new management and are making plans for the future

Castle Hotel in its prime, now castle Lodge Residential home, under new management and are making plans for the future

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Parish News

Services at Arbuthnott, Bervie, Gourdon and Kinneff Church of Scotland with Rev Dennis Rose

Sunday, March 8, 10am at Arbuthnott Church and 11.30am Service at Bervie Church, King Street, Inverbervie.

Services at St David’s Episcopal Anglican Church, Victoria Terrace, Inverbervie with Rev Samantha Ferguson

Saturday, March 7, 6.30pm Roman Catholic Mass

Sunday, March 8, 9.30am Holy Communion - Anglican / Episcopal

The Rev Samantha J Ferguson, M.Theol (HONS) Rector at www.episcopalinverbervie.org.uk

Fair Trade Café

Wednesday, March 11, 10-11.30am Fair Trade Café, coffee and hot pancakes, open to all. Please come in and enjoy a friendly atmosphere.

Friday Prayer Group

Prayers Help! Join us tomorrow (Friday) at 9.45am in Bervie Church Centre or send your prayer request to margaret­_benton@whsmith.co.uk or call Margaret on 01561 362964.

Bervie Guild

Wednesday, March 11, 2pm Bervie Church Centre, King Street, with a History of Arbuthnott House.

Gourdon Guild

Today (Thursday), 2.30pm at Gourdon Hall, with Rev Colin Dempster

New members are always made to feel welcome.

Blythewood Care Uplift

For many years our church members and friends have supported the wonderful work of Blythewood Care by gathering donations of clothes, books etc for their monthly uplift from the Church Centre. We are pleased to continue this work throughout 2015.

The next collection will be on Wednesday, March 11, 3pm from Bervie Church Centre.

“Woman of the Way”

Todau (Thursday) - 7.45-9.45pm - Women of the Way is a group open to ladies of the parish.

It meets fortnightly to learn more about God and discuss how members can apply their faith in their daily lives and to support one another.

As well as studying the Bible, and a time of prayer, the group always have lots of fun at meetings. They have recently welcomed a number of new members, and are always delighted to have new people along. WOW meet in Arbuthnott at the home of one of them.

For further information about the group contact Caroline Jones (Tel: 361178) or Margaret Benton (Tel: 362964). Alternatively you can e-mail margaret­­­_benton@whsmithnet.co.uk

World Prayer Day

A very warm welcome is ectended to ALL members of the community to join in World Prayer Day tomorrow (Friday) at 7.30pm in Bervie Church, King Street, Inverbervie.

New to you sale

Bervie Church Centre are holding their new to you sale, today (Thursday), tomorrow (Friday) and on Saturday from 7. 10am -4pm daily. There will also be a coffee morning on Saturday, March 7 , pop along to browse for a bargain.

Royal Burgh of Inverbervie Community Council

Next meeting on Monday, March 9, 7.30pm at The Burgh Chambers, above the library, Church Street, Inverbervie.

This meeting is open to the public.

Bervie Youth Project

Saturday March 7

Sports events, are cancelled due to prior booking at the sports centre

Youth Café, 7-9pm at The Herd Centre, Townhead, P7 to young adult.

Bervie Youth Project are currentlysSponsored by Stonehaven and District Lions Club for March.

Tomorow (Friday) will be the first major Fundraising event for The Bervie Youth Project, The funds from this event will help towards a Summer activities programme for the members.

The remaining tickets are now on sale for ‘An Evening with Karen McCaugh Spiritualist Medium’ tickets for this event are on sale from Bervie Paper Shop and Tidy Tangles, both King Street Inverbervie for £10 each.

Doors open at 7pm and event starts at 7.30pm.

Bervie Skate Park with Aberdeen Opera Company

On Wednseday, February 25, Aberdeen Opera Company opened their Dolly Mixture Tour with a sell out show at The Burgh Hall.

Residents of all ages packed in to see a great mixture of Songs being so expertly performed by a large cast from AOC.

Member Andrea Watt said “Special Thanks to Aberdeen Opera Company, Bervie Skate Park, Watson Bervie, Bervie Paper Shop and the fantastic ‘sold out’ Bervie audience! Hopefully first of many visits!”

Bervie resident Fiona Gibson, a competition winner from the What’s on Inverbervie/Watson Bervie Facebook Page give away, had never seen AOC perform before but said: “what a fantastic show, very well done to everyone involved, would definitely go and see them again”

Carol Morrison said: “Aberdeen Opera put on an absolutely delightful, uplifting and seamless mixture of Dolly and country songs in Inverbervie, so for a first night, brilliant! Would definitely recommend seeing them, great performance. You can see all the work that’s gone into that... Yes brilliant... Well done to all the cast and production team”

Burgh Hall Committee

Chairperson Pat Hall, was excited to have the Company visit the Burgh Hall, saying “it was lovely to see so many folk coming out to enjoy something new in the hall and hopefully we will see a few more productions from now on”

Fellow committee member Alison Ross “was proud with such a responsive and enthusiastic crowd to kick off their first ever tour in the North East Halls,” adding: “It was a super night and hopefully the start of more such entertaining nights in the hall.”

Audrey Forbes, spokesperson for Bervie Skate Park, added “Just a few words to let people know how much we appreciate everything that has been donated to us, this has meant that the Bervie Skatepark made approx £1700 on the raffle alone.

“Then we have Dolly Mixture to thank for including us in their evening of entertainment which also means we receive £3 of the ticket sales, which will be great as it was a sell out.

“We would like to thank the Bervie folk for buying the raffle tickets.

‘‘However, we do not want them to think that we will not be back to ask for their support again as there will be more fundraising events as the year goes on, once more a huge thank you to our donators without them we would have done nothing at all, BMX, SOURCE, Scotmid, SWELLBOX, Transition Extreme, 4 Down Distro, Ross Leitch and many more.

“The main prizes were won by Linda Meldrum, Adrienne Deans and Arran Donald.”

Hanover Court & Craigview

Sadly, The Singing Bobby at Hanover Court tomorrow (Friday) has been cancelled with a new date to be arranged.

Ally Bally sends his apologise.

Craft Workshops

Crochet for Novices with Jay Greengrass this Sunday March 8, 2.30 - 4.30pm

Get your booking form by emailing Jay on info@rainbowknits.co.uk or phoning 01561 340 761

Bervie Social Club

Bervie Social Club has an average weekly attendance of 100 members who meet every Saturday for some bingo fun at The Burgh Hall, Farquhar Street.

Membership forms are available from head caller Alan Reid and his dedicated team of helpers.

Bingo is currently meeting at revised winter hours and eyes down at 7pm during the colder months.

Raffle and refreshments are available.

Knit or natter

Today (Thursday) will see our friendly Crafters and Chatters meet at The Salutation Arms from 8-10pm. New members are warmly invited to attend this informal group.

Ceramic Painting with Kate

Kate’s ceramics is open for adults’ classes on Mondays from 6.30pm andchildren’s classes on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 6.30-7.45pm at 13 Kirkburn, Inverbervie, or for more information email Kathleen@kathleenconnell.wanadoo.co.uk

Castle Lodge Residential Home

Pictured on this page is the Castle Lodge residential home, formerly the Castle Hotel, as pictured. How times change.

Castle Lodge have a few changes of their own on the cards, so watch this space for exciting developments from our community’s older generation

Whats on Inverbervie @The Mearns Leader

To let Caroll our Inverbervie Correspondent know whats on in Bervie

Contact Caroll Evans at carollevans77@btinternet.com , by writing to 50 Church Street, Inverbervie DD10 0RU or calling 01561 361587