Really pleased to tell you that we will have delivered most of the environmental improvements funded by Tesco Bags of Help to the Hall before it closes on the 1st February 2018 for four months for its refurbishment. There are new signs, designed and manufactured by Ogilvie Engineering, at each side of the Hall, leaving … Continue reading MAKING MUIR OF ORD STAND OUT #BagsofHelp @Tesco_Scotland @scotbagsofhelp
Happy New Year to everybody in the Muir of Ord! I hope you all enjoyed the festive holiday. Now that I am back at work, the main task for the start of the year is preparing to close the Village Hall for refurbishment. It will close from 1 February 2018 for four months. All items … Continue reading Preparations for the Village Hall closing for refurbishment – user groups
The Village Hall will be closed from Saturday 23rd December 2017 to Tuesday 2nd January 2018 inclusive. No bookings will be accepted during that period due to staff being on holiday. I will finish on Friday 22 December 2017, returning on Wednesday 3rd January 2018. While I am on holiday, you can leave a message … Continue reading Village Hall closure during Christmas and New Year
The Village Hall will close for refurbishment from 1 February 2018 for four months. Tender invitations will be issued in January 2018 for interested contractors to respond by the end of that month. In the meantime, we will be preparing for the Hall's closure. Regular Hall users have been notified and if we can't help … Continue reading Village Hall to close for refurbishment in the New Year
This is a message to the people who smashed bottles at the door of the Village Hall and around the bin area with glass strewn through the grass. We had mothers and toddlers arriving this morning and the path was unsafe for the children to walk on. I cleared the glass, a lot of it … Continue reading Message to people who broke bottles at the Village Hall
Muir of Ord Brownies are fundraising with a table top sale today from 12 to 2pm at the Village Hall. Come along on this rainy Sunday afternoon for tea, coffee and cake and find yourself something to take home and enjoy.
Monday 2nd October from 1-2pm at the Muir Hub Donations to Highland Hospice in lieu of a gift to Murray and Susan who are retiring after 25 years in Muir of Ord Pharmacy. All welcome.
WEE ARTISTS ARE BACK IN TOWN Village Hall, Muir of Ord. Come and join us next Saturday 30th September from 2-5pm. All ages and stages are welcome. Materials are provided so simply drop by for a fun afternoon of painting, drawing or doodling . (Entry fee of £5 per artist) Enter our Autumn Competition to … Continue reading WEE ARTISTS ARE BACK IN TOWN!
Irene MacLeod is holding a Gardening Club open meeting tomorrow (Tuesday 29 August) at 11am, in the Tarradale room, upstairs in the Hub. This is an open meeting to discuss the raised bed beside the library in the square. It is looking tired and unloved, and Irene has ideas that will not involve volunteers. She … Continue reading Muir of Ord Gardening Club open meeting – Tuesday 29th August at 11am, the Muir Hub
Our Tesco Bags of Help (www.tesco.com/bags of help) project, 'Making the Muir of Ord Stand Out' is now well underway. Three of our four ‘Muir of Ord’ planters are now on display and in full bloom at the three of the entrance roads into the village. An ideal site has been identified for the fourth … Continue reading Update on ‘Making the Muir of Ord Stand Out’ – planters
The Pebble Trust, established in 2014, has a vision of a more sustainable, equal and low-carbon society, where constraints on fossil fuels lead to a more localised economy with stronger, more resilient, communities, and where human activities take account of climate change and the wider environment. The Trust supports projects in Scotland, and particularly in … Continue reading The Pebble Trust – Grants up to £5,000 available for projects which promote a more sustainable society