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They said they would look at all of these aspects, plus apply all of their standard safety review processes and will report back with recommendations later this year. We've invited the review team to a public meeting in the village then to announce and discuss the findings. They did repeatedly emphasise the limitations of public sector budgets at the moment, but said they were strongly committed to improving safety on the A90 and shared that objective with all of us who live here. Making the A90 safer through Tealing is the community council's highest priority and we will keep the pressure up.
30 May 2017
Community Council calls for urgent A90 junction safety improvements.
Speaking today, community council chair, Sandra Burke OBE, said “the last full safety report, commissioned by Transport Scotland, took place in 2012 and resulted in some minor improvements, including clearer signage. The five year review is due this summer but the high accident rate has continued and is completely unacceptable. Leaving, entering and crossing the junctions on this stretch, which cuts right through the village, is increasingly dangerous as the amount of traffic on the road continues to increase.
We welcome the recent announcement that average speed cameras will be installed this summer between Dundee and Aberdeen, but it’s just not enough to safeguard lives. We need much more than that to make the road safer for residents, drivers and pedestrians. This has been an accident blackspot for over 20 years, including several heart breaking fatalities.
We want the Scottish Government to urgently consider installing proper acceleration and deceleration lanes at the junctions, a 50mph limit between Fintry and the Glamis turn-off plus the installation of a pedestrian fly over.
Community and elected representatives are meeting with BEAR Scotland in Tealing on 5 July to start scoping out the safety review. We welcome the meeting, in fact it can’t come quickly enough. Much more must be done to make this stretch of the A90 safer for all users.”
21 Nov 2016
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KEEPING IN TOUCH & VILLAGE NEWS
4 July 2016
June "Tealing Hall 200 Club" Winners List
1st George Anderson
2nd Alison Scott
3rd Graham campbell
4th Anne ramsay
5th Moira Haggart
6th Tom Burke
7th Jim Lindsay
8th Iain Turnball
9th Mary Middler
10th Sandy Duncan
11th Dorothy Clark.
2 July 2016
Christmas Date for the Diary
The Community Council and Hall Committee have pencilled in the date of Sun 4 Dec at 4.30pm for the Christmas Tree Lights switch on and service at the hall. We hope our schoolchildren will be singing some Christmas carols and that Santa might even pay a visit! Watch this space and keep checking Twitter and Facebook for the final details.
Tealing Primary School has a new head teacher, Mrs Elaine Greenhill. Mrs Greenhill has made an excellent start in the school, organising a very successful fund raising Open Day on Sat 25 June which raised £1000. She has also been in talks with the Community Council and will be working closely with them and other local groups to help ensure that the school is at the heart of the local community and open and accessible to all. We welcome Mrs Greenhill to Tealing, thank her for her warmth, friendliness and enthusiasm and wish her a long and happy time at TPS.
Tealing has a new Community Council
After the community council reached the end of its term in Oct 2015 and no-one came forward to stand, it looked like decades of active community council support for the village would come to an end. However, thanks to one last push from long standing community enthusiasts Kay Dennis and Sandra Burke, a full team of 8 local volunteers came forward and Angus Council formally reinstated the Community Council in Feb. Find out who your community councillors are and how to contact them here.
Tealing Hall Management Committee
Annual Report 2014
2014 has been a massive year for THMC, The major event was purchasing our Hall from Angus Council through a Community Asset Transfer. This was a lengthy and demanding process over a 2 year period but very pleased to announce that the transfer is now completed.
There were a number of complications for Tealing Hall Management committee owning the hall. To overcome these problems we have changed our structure to a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation and our title will now be Tealing Hall SCIO. The hall is owned by the members of Tealing Hall SCIO; to become a member you have to live in the Tealing area or be a hall user. As an SCIO we are required to have a board of Charity Trustees. We presently have 4 trustees, however, our constitution requires us to have between 5 and 8, we intend to increase our trustees tonight to meet our statutory requirement. The full complement of Charity Trustees are now Ian Reid, Harold Haggart, Graham Campbell, Alan Slade, Rev. David Collins, Dr. Joseph Morrow, Graeme Reoch and Alex Strang.
We regret to announce that Bessie Coventry will be giving up the role of Hall Keeper at the end of the year. Bessie has been doing the job for the last 20 years. Bessie is very professional and a great asset for our hall. It is unlikely that we will find a replacement with the required qualities. We are presently looking at alternative methods of hall keeping.
We were a beneficiary of Miss Bowie’s will, last year we received an interim payment of £ 6,050, this year we had a final payment of £2,715.
We regret to announce that Margaret Mitchell our Secretary /Treasurer for 35 years has decided to call it a day. She will be sorely missed. As well as her Secretary / Treasurer duties, she managed the 200 club. Again we need to thank Margaret for the problem free operation of the 200 club over many years. There is a great deal of work involved in managing the 200 club and it is unlikely that we will be able to get a replacement. We are presently looking at ways to simplify the operation of the 200 club so that managing it will be less demanding.
There have been 4 major projects this year.
Presentation of Bouquets to Margaret Mitchell, Ella Hutchison and Bessie Coventry by Rev. David Collins.
Margaret Mitchell, our Secretary Treasurer for over 30 years, resigned at the AGM. Margaret will be very difficult to replace, particularly her key role in running the 200 Club.
Bessie Coventry, our Hall Keeper, has been in the role for 20 years and she would like to take things a bit easier. The committee have concluded that it would be extremely unlikely that we could recruit a suitable candidate with the required qualities and commitment required. The committee have made some proposals that includes a cleaning contract and we would hope to continue operating successfully without a dedicated hall keeper in the future. Bessie will not be completely leaving us. She will continue to act as hall keeper for the Wednesday Club and the Church.
Ella, Bessie’s assistant, will also be taking things easier in the future.
We wish them all well for the future.
The ownership and management of Tealing Village Hall has been transferred to the local community. At a ceremonial handover on Tuesday 11 November the newly formed hall trust accepted the keys of the hall from Angus Council. This is the first council owned building to be transferred to community ownership under the council’scommunity asset transfer scheme. The council’s Communities convener councillor Donald Morrison commended the trust for all their hard work, saying: “The trust has exciting plans for the continued development of the hall, which will keep it at the heart of community life in the Tealing area. “Transferring it from council to community ownership opens the door to a new range of funding and development opportunities, with the community having autonomy over the hall’s future.”
The new charitable trust replaces the former hall management committee.Chairman Ian Reid said: “We are delighted to finally have ownership of the hall and are grateful for the support we received from Angus Council. We have ambitious plans for the hall’s future. We want it to be something the whole community can be proud of, feel they have a stake in and most importantly want to use!
“We have already revamped the waste ground behind hall – turning it from an eyesore into an attractive community space. Future plans include a refurbishment of the middle hall, the creation of an internet caf and IT space for general community use – we have already secured a £6800 grant from Awards for All for this work. ” Ian concluded by saying: “Our goal is to have a welcoming and well equipped space that people of all ages in our community will want to use and enjoy.”
The new Kerbside Recycling Service
In September 2012 Angus Council began a trial with 5,200 households in Arbroath, Carnoustie and selected rural areas to test a new recycling service. This enabled households taking part to recycle more materials, as easily as possible including food waste.
The trial proved successful and will be rolled out out as the NEW Kerbside Recycling Service to all but the most rural areas of Angus beginning in March 2014.Before each phase of the new service roll-out begins we will write to householders with further information.
Tealing is include in phase 2 and should begin in June.
for more information go towww.angus.gov.uk/recycling
Friday 16th May 20143pm – 8pm
TEALING SOLAR PARK PROPOSAL PUBLIC EXHIBITION TEALINGHALL
Tealing Solar Park Ltd has identified the potential for a Solar Park on land atthe former Tealing Airfield, located to the south west of Tealing. The scheme is being developed in partnership with the landowner, Mr. Charles Simmers, and experienced Solar Park developers Renewable Energy Projects Ltd and a UK subsidiary of IZEN Energy Systems NV, Green Ventures. The current proposal is for a 30MW array of Solar PV panels across the southern half of the airfield, extending from the electrical substation to the poultry sheds and down past Muir of Pert. The development will provide enough electricity for over 7,000 homes annually. A public exhibition will be held on Friday 16th of May at Tealing Hall, Hall Road, Inveraldie. The drop-in event will run from 3pm to 8pm and will provide details about the proposed scheme and present findings from the environmental studies that have been carried out by Green Cat Renewables Ltd, who have been appointed by the developer to submit a full planning application in late May 2014. The event represents an opportunity for you to find out more about the scheme, to ask any questions that you may have and express your views on the proposals.
All are welcome. Green Cat Renewables Ltd.
Sunday 27thApril 2014 The waste Ground action day.
The Hall Committee are in the final stages of taking ownership of the Hall and surrounding ground from Angus Council. The ground at the rear of the hall had been used for fly tipping and for burning rubbish for the last 40 years. The Hall committee had a vision of turning this area into a community asset and over the last year have been working towards improving this area.
Phase 1 was completed at the end of 2013 and comprised of removing 40 years dumped material and laying paving to provide safe access from emergency exits. Funding of £3,000 was obtained from Angus Environmental Trust to carry out this work. At the same time we have been running a communication exercise with locals in Inveraldie to change behaviour in regard to dumping and burning rubbish in the area.
Phase 2 comprised of cleaning up and landscaping the immediate area around the hall. To help foster a spirit of pride and ownership in the community we decided to have an action day and sought out local volunteers to carry out the work. This is how the day worked out.
The forecast was for rain and the action day required dry weather, however the rain stayed off and 21 willing and hard working volunteers turned up.
Ron Stewart, Jim Davie, Vikki, Bill and Eric Morrison, Nicki Donaldson, Shelia and Norman Cooper, Joyce and Andrew Barr, Eileen and Alex Strang, Neil Dewar, Harold Haggart, Carole and Alan Slade, Lindsay Hay, Yolanda Archibald, Iris Coghill, Mary & Graham Campbell
The day was a great success; apart from the amount of work completed there was a real feeling of satisfaction and camaraderie in Tealing working together for the community.
We ran out of time to complete all the tasks. We plan to complete these unfinished jobs on Sunday 11thMay. Any new volunteers would be welcomed.
Thanks to all involved, special thanks to Ron Stewart for providing equipment for the clean-up and to Alex Strang for the removal of a very large volume of dumped material.
28thApril 2014 Tealing Primary School Parent CouncilBag-to-School
The Bag-to-School collection will take place immediately after the spring holidays. Bags will be delivered to homes during the week beginning 21stApril 2014. The date for uplift is Monday 28thApril 2014.
The money raised from Bag-to-School is used to help fund school developments and also to subsidise transport costs for school outings. Your continuing support is much appreciated.
18 Aug 2013 Generous Donation of World War 2 WAAF Jacket by Mrs Mabel Langlands
Tealing Community Council Chairman, Graeme Reoch, was delighted to accept the generous donation of Mrs Mabel Langland's WAAF jacket at a small ceremony with afternoon tea in Tealing Hall on Sunday 18 August.
Mrs Langlands, now a sprightly 93 years of age, was wearing the jacket in May 1942 when she plotted the arrival at Tealing Airfield of the Russian Goverment Minister, Molotov, who was on his way to London to meet Winston Churchill to sign the Anglo-Russian Peace Treaty. Part of Tealing's history has come home and arrangements are being made to preserve and display the jacket in Tealing Hall.
Jan 2013 - Calling all budding writers - local competition! Closing date 7 March 2013.
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