WECC Monthly Meeting 11th January

The next normal monthly meeting of the Westhill and Elrick Community Council takes place on Thursday 11th  January at the Holiday Inn, Westhill Drive, starting at 7pm

The main item will be the Westhill Gateway Art Project. The appointed artist Holger Lonze will be coming along to start discussions with us on the theme for the sculpture he is going to create this year.

For the Agenda  click  WECC Agenda.11 January 2018

All are welcome.

Brodiach Road to close from 15th to 26th January

The Aberdeen City Council (Brodiach Road)
(Temporary Traffic Management) Order 2017

 Aberdeen City Council has made the above-named order in terms of its powers under Section 14(1) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984. The effect of the order, which will operate from 07:30 on 15th January, 2018, until 17:00 on 26th January, 2018, is to impose a temporary prohibition of driving on Brodiach Road, Aberdeen, between its junctions with Westhill Road and A944 Skene Road. Access to properties will be maintained, but no through traffic will be possible. The measure is necessary to protect public safety during Drainage works. An alternative route is available via Westhill Road, Westhill Drive and A944.

WESTHILL GATEWAY ART PROJECT- your chance to help get ideas going!

As you may be aware from this website, the Bulletin or P & J etc, a sculptor has been appointed. His name is Holger Lonze, he is from Ireland.   He is coming to Westhill for a few days soon and we have arranged an informal drop-in session at Westhill Library on Saturday 13th January from 10 to 12.
 
The aim of the drop-in session with the sculptor Holger is to gather thoughts and suggestions that will help in developing the gateway sculpture for the entrance to Westhill. It will be an opportunity for interested individuals and groups to discuss, contribute and inform the project, its theme and concept. Please bring any photos, information, anecdotes and material that you might consider useful for researching and developing the artwork. While the focus is on the last fifty years of development in Westhill, any historic material and images may be of interest!   We can arrange for copies of material to be taken and the originals returned to you.
Please inform anyone who you think may be interested, and we look forward to seeing some of you on 13th!