Have your say!

DO YOU wish to have a say on the development of your town, attracting visitors and your community’s future?

The next meeting of Carnoustie Development Group is to be held on Tuesday (November 13) at 7 p.m. at the Carnoustie Rugby Club.

Carnoustie Development Group is a partnership of local community groups and organisations, with a focus on working together on an agreed action plan for the future development of the town and the surrounding area for the residents and visitors alike. Representatives from any community/voluntary groups and individuals of Carnoustie and the surrounding area are invited to come along, get involved and make a difference.

For further information on Carnoustie Development Group please contact the Local Community Planning Team, based in the Carnoustie ACCESS Office, telephone 01241 803562, e-mail cpofficer@angus.gov.uk or visit CDG on facebook or www.angus.org.uk

The gasman came to call!

ACCORDING to the old Flanders and Swan song ‘Twas on a Monday morning the gasman came to call’ but that can’t be relevant since this week’s meeting of Monifieth Probus Club in David Lloyd Leisure, Ethiebeaton Park, was as usual on a Tuesday morning.

Guest speaker Charlie Allison, who is a retired anaesthetist, gave his audience an illuminating and reassuring account of the history and development of anaesthetics and anaesthesia illustrated and enlivened with insights into both his own career and (surprisingly) what anaesthetists and golfers can learn from each other.

Club president Peter Duguid chaired the meeting and Terry Donechy proposed the vote of thanks and handed over the club’s customary donation for Charlie to pass on to his chosen good cause, the Robert Watson-Watt Society of Brechin.

At the next meeting at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, November 20, in David Lloyd Leisure, Ethiebeaton Park, the speaker will be Harry A. Davey and the topic ‘A Shepherd in the Clouds’.