The opening of the brand-new Pitscurry Red Squirrel Trail is happening at the Pitscurry Project, Pitcaple on the 2nd of December!
Aberdeenshire Council, Pitcaple Environmental Project (PEP) and Day Activities Support Association SCIO are hosting a special open day with tea, coffee, cakes, Santa’s Grotto, raffles, crafts and hot roasted chestnuts on Saturday, 2nd December from 10am to 1pm.
The Grand Opening of the new feature – the Red Squirrel Trail – is happening at 11am.
Come along to the Project and you will be able to see the new trail made especially to encourage our furry friends to visit more often. It’s sure to be a fun day out!
In February, Keith Adam from Polaris Learning completed a trek to the top of Mount Kilimanjaro. An awesome thing to do in itself, but even more awesome is that it was all to help the Pitcaple Environmental Project. Keith has a BT mydonate page that is accepting donations until mid-May. So if you want to congratulate him on an epic achievement and help out PEP at the same time, click the link and give what you can.
Well done, Keith!
And thanks again to all at Polaris Learning.
Polaris Learning in Oldmeldrum has published a new cook book called “Competent Cooking” to mark it’s 20th anniversary. It features some great Scottish recipes and any money raised will be donated to the Pitscurry Project. If you are stuck for gift ideas at the moment, it would make an ideal Christmas gift and would help out a great cause – everyone wins! The books will be on sale in the Buzzard Cafe at Pitscurry. There was an article in the Press and Journal all about it last week – check it out below.
The “Report of the Committee of Management and Unaudited Financial Statements for the Year Ended 31 March 2015” is now available online. It can be downloaded here as a .PDF file.
Pitcaple Environmental Project (PEP) is hosting a Daffodil Tea at Pitscurry, Whiteford, Pitcaple on Saturday 16th May 2015. The event will be open from 10am to 1pm in order to celebrate the 10th Birthday of the Charity and also of the Harlaw Association.
Come along to the Project and you will be able to see crafts made on the site in our pop up shop, take part in our treasure hunt and enjoy a wonderful display of daffodil varieties. Raffles, bottle stall, homebakes, preserves, morning coffee and light lunches will also be available.
More details here.