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Old Torry
Last week saw the close of our 2020 Allotment Market Stall season, and we wanted to say a huge THANK YOU to everyone who helped to make it such a successful season. Thank you to all the allotment holders who grew all the delicious produce we had to sell each week. Thank you to all...
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SEPA is allowing employees to do a few hours volunteering in the community during Covid with electric cargo bikes at CFINE. Discovered there is a nice new bakery opened on Glenbervie Road….
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Tomorrow morning we will have our three allotment market stalls running at: Duthie Park : 9.30 – 13.30 Seaton Park: 10.00 – 13.00 Victoria Park: 10.30 – 12.30 On Saturday we will be at Bonnymuir Green Community Garden, between 10.30 – 14.30 with our produce, and you can also ‘pick your own’ produce from the...
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Our summer giveaway continues, this week in support of the massive Back to School event! You and your supporters could be in with the chance of winning a huge £500 donation* for Old Torry Community Centre. To be entered, simply click through to one of our participating retailers before 30th August. This is a great...
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Aabody’s Torry is Torry’s very own stay at home community festival coming to you this summer solstice, where we’re connect communities through aabody’s story! Music, films, panel discussions and lots of fun are coming your way in an event hosted by Cultivate Aberdeen, Greyhope Bay, and a host of lovely community groups. Aabody’s Torry Virtual...
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“Cataloguing the rich history of Torry, copies of these books are available to purchase from the Old Torry Community Centre, Taylors of Torry, both branches of WHSmith in Aberdeen, and now Waterstones in the Bon Accord Centre in Aberdeen”. The books cost £5.00 each.
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“Old Torry Community Centre says thanks for all your support over the years, especially for helping to sell the books The photo shows the magnificent listed grade C granite building at one of the gateways to Torry, and is home to Taylor’s of Torry, a long-term, family-run old school local grocers, and one of the...
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