Club News

The History of the Girls Brigade in Aberdeen

At our final meal meeting before the summer recess over 15 club members enjoyed a fascinating talk from Lesley Mowat about her involvement with the Girls Brigade in Aberdeen over a number of years. Club member Pat Moir a close … Continued



SUMMER VISIT TO ABERDEEN HARBOUR EXPANSION PROJECT

Aberdeen Harbour, one of the UK’s busiest ports, is being transformed to develop new facilities and associated infrastructure at Nigg Bay, to the south of the existing harbour. The construction will facilitate increased capacity and will accommodate the larger vessels … Continued


Reducing our consumption of Palm Oil

At our February meeting member Pat Stewart gave a very informative talk about palm oil. A lively discussion followed about palm oil, what the issue is with “conflict” palm oil, how we can try and ensure we are either reducing … Continued


90th Birthday Celebrations taking shape

SI Aberdeen members are working hard to bring together our 90th birthday celebrations. We have been planning for a good few months now to organise our birthday bash at The Douglas Hotel in Aberdeen in conjunction with the Regional meeting … Continued



What happened at our April business meeting

Wed 4th April saw well over half our members gather at our regular haunt The Atholl Hotel for a very full and interesting meeting, with Sue Kinsey chairing her last meeting before handing over the reins to Hilda Smith at … Continued


Is spring around the corner ?

S I Aberdeen member are certainly hoping so. This spell of miserable snowy weather along with a number of our members suffering from colds, flu, and other ailments has meant that our attendances at club & meal meetings has been … Continued


Janice and Marjory are heading to Nigeria

Marjory Smart and Janice Rees are getting very excited about their visit to Kenya and Meru. They leave on Saturday 7th April and return home on Sunday 15th April. Janice says ” we will bring photographs back and are looking … Continued


Our Sainsbury Vouchers are put to good use

We were delighted to be able to pass on our Sainsbury’s vouchers to Carronhill School in Stonehaven. As you can see Alani Manson is busy baking with some of the utensils the school acquired.