I think I might have something in my eye. 😢 Thank you so much to all the Pitmedden Health Walkers who turned out this morning to see me off. Your lovely gift, kind wishes and usual humour, really made my day. I am moving on to pastures new at the start of next week, but of all the things I will miss here in Pitmedden, I will miss the Tuesday morning walkers the most. Thank you all. Yvonne X ... See MoreSee Less
Camera problems so no photo today, but with Wullie being out of action the courgette harvest has been halted for a few days. The result is some ginormous courgettes in need of a recipe. We will use some of them up, but there are still a few spare. If anyone wants to take them away, you would be most welcome. The spare ones are sitting in the basket beside Wullie's greenhouse. Here is a recipe to inspire you. www.amytreasure.com/courgette-cake/ ... See MoreSee Less
Lovely local cafe, very friendly and attentive. Food was delicious and super kid friendly – thank you all so much, We’ll be back soon
Very attractive cafe and very welcoming. Has good quality coffee and tasty cake, table opposite had a huge sausage in a roll will definitely be back
Local friendly relaxed cafe
Service excellent and food good, definitely recommend it
Lovely bacon roll, good coffee and tasty soup I had as take away today. Go along and support
We popped into cafe 48 this morning and were delighted with our cooked breakfast and the service provided. All in beautiful surroundings. Cafe 48 is a credit to the Community Trust
Lovely lunch – will be back soon!
On behalf of the Formartine Youth Project (FYP), we would like to thank the Udny Community Trust for their continued support this year with FYP. We appreciate the encouragement, financial support and partnership opportunities that have arisen over the past months and look forward to continuing these in the coming years.
Formartine Youth Project
Green energy from the turbine means grants for environmental projects in Udny – a win – win all round
Udny Climate action
It’s interesting, it’s not time consuming and it helps the trustees decide what projects to fund – that’s my experience of being on the Trust’s Project Evaluation Group (PEG)