Methlick Community Blog

For the Community of Methlick in Aberdeenshire

The Mother

‘The Mother’ starring Natalia Osipova, is running for two days only, 21st & 22nd December at the EICC, Edinburgh at 7.30pm (link below)

Use e.discounted booking code to receive £10 tickets to the show on band E seating. If this is something you would be interested in, you can book your tickets by using the code DANCE10 booking online.

If you have any questions at all please feel free to give me a call or email

Many thanks

Emma Fox



Carols in the Church – 13th December

Haddo choir will be singing carols in the Church from 7.30pm.

The tickets for this event are £10 and you can pay at the door.

Please pass the word and help us fill the Church. The choir has an excellent and varied programme.

RoSPA Survey

The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) has a proud history dating back to 1917. Our mission is to exchange life-enhancing skills and knowledge to reduce serious accidental injuries. From awareness campaigns, education and training to calling for legislative change, RoSPA is committed to standing up for safety at home, on the road, at leisure and through safety education

Accidents and unintentional injuries can happen in all situations.  In Scotland in 2016/17, here were 2,214 deaths due to accidents and unintentional injuries and a further 56,697 serious injuries.  RoPSA is committed to reducing these figures.

RoSPA is currently working with Building Safer Communities on scoping the opportunity for a national prevention strategy for Unintentional Injury and Harm in Scotland. The aim of the exercise is to provide insight into whether a national prevention strategy for Unintentional Injury and Harm is needed for Scotland. The exercise will also consider gaps across the Scottish policy landscape. As part of this research, we are interested in your viewpoints on the current situation regarding the prevention of Unintentional Injury and Harm. 

 We have therefore created a short online survey which can be accessed here:

 Your responses will be collated with other responses and will be used anonymously.

 The survey will close on December 5th.

 If you have any questions concerning this research or its purpose, please email

Beaton Hall Community Climate Action Event

Don’t forget the latest Climate Action Event is this weekend…..

ebike and ecar

Beaton Hall Community Climate Action is holding an Ebike & Ecar Event

Saturday 24th November

Methlick Parish Church 10.30am

Click here for Event Poster

Methlick Garden Club


The next meeting of the Club will take place on Tuesday 27th November in the Scout Hut

at 7.30pm.

Winfred Anderson and her daughter Rosemary from Turriff will give a demonstration of

how to make Christmas table decorations with readily available and cheap flowers and foliage

from your own garden and countryside. Winfred is a very talented flower arranger and has won

many prizes locally and nationally.

Come along and get into the Christmas spirit – tea/coffee and a fine piece will be served.

Beaton Hall Community Climate Action Event

Click here for Event Poster

ebike and ecar

Beaton Hall Community Climate Action is holding an Ebike & Ecar Event

Saturday 24th November

Methlick Parish Church 10.30am

The opportunity to

  • learn more about electric cars and bikes and the associated funding available to purchase them
  • test drive an electric car (model TBC) The opportunity to test ride an ebike and arrange a short term trial

In addition

  • The opportunity to learn more about how to heat your home for less from Home Energy Scotland
  • The opportunity to arrange a home visit from a specialist renewables advisor if interested in renewable technologies for the home

Please complete the Energy Saving Trust survey on active transport for a chance to win £50 M&S Vouchers

All Welcome (Must be 14 to test bike and bring along driving licence to test drive an Ecar)

For more information contact

Vote for Methlick Guides in the AVIVA Community Awards

Methlick Guides would really appreciate and welcome your support as they look to fund their new building. They are looking for the community to vote for them online at the AVIVA Community Awards.

Click here to vote

Voting is available until midday on November the 20th. Any questions or to know more please email Methlick Guides –

Any help is greatly appreciated! 

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