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MAC & the Co-op Local Community Fund. Please support our community cause.

by maryburghhub

ATTENTION! GREAT news for Maryburgh Amenities Company (MAC)! Our community organisation is included in the latest round of the Co-op Local Community Fund and we need your help! We need you to support our project by choosing use from the available community causes by using this link, but also to share on social media to spread […]

Dance at Maryburgh Amenities Hall

by maryburghhub

Dance by the band ‘City Limits’.  Tickets £10 each.   https://www.citylimitsinverness.com/   Saturday September 29th. From 8pm – midnight at Maryburgh Amenities Hall.   BYOB. Under 18s must be accompanied by a responsible adult 21 +   Home made stovies and oatcakes on sale!   Tickets available in The Cottage Bar, Maryburgh Shop and Fundraising […]

Maryburgh Amenities Company (MAC) AGM – Postponed, to be rescheduled.

by maryburghhub

The 2018 MAC Annual General Meeting has been postponed. Rescheduling details will follow. All existing MAC members and everyone else in the community not yet involved, are invited along – the Maryburgh hall belongs to the community and it would be great to see some old and new faces along to offer ideas and enthusiasm. […]

Maryburgh Community Council meeting – Wednesday 28 March 2018 @ 7:30pm

by maryburghhub

Maryburgh Community Council (MCC) are meeting this Wednesday, in the portacabin beside the hall at 7.30pm. All members of the community are welcome to attend and hear what actions are being discussed. So come along and join in. Some very recent items discussed at MCC: – Proposing a 20mph limit through Maryburgh and supporting a […]

British Red Cross – Free first aid advice and apps

by maryburghhub

Please consider when you last did a first aid course and how much you can remember. If a friend or family member was having a heart attack or was choking, or if your child chokes on a sweet or suffers a nasty cut, would you know how to help them? The British Red Cross have free […]

Online safety campaign – how to avoid being scammed online

by maryburghhub

Online Safety Campaign #PoliceScotlandKeepsafepostfestivescams Police Scotland is reminding communities to be on guard against scammers. The period following the festivities can be a busy time for many people and criminals take advantage of this seeking out opportunities to commit frauds both online and offline. Frauds can be committed by letter, texts and calls, but as […]

Cybercrime awareness event for businesses

by maryburghhub

Local and small businesses are just as likely as the bigger ones and public services to become victim to this type of crime.  This does happen in our area.  The event is an opportunity to become more aware of the issue, and how to avoid falling foul of fraud and scams. If you cannot attend […]