August 2010 - Stonehaven GuideBlog


Tuesday, 24 August 2010

Forthcoming Events

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Curry & Ceilidh at Stonehaven Town Hall on Saturday 5th September. Meal at 7.30pm Music by Shindig.

Tickets £20 - Tel Cheryle on 07887 841019

Organised by Stonehaven Town Hall Trust.

Have fun and support the Town Hall.
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Thursday, 19 August 2010

Congratulations to Stonehaven swimmer

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Stonehaven swimmer, 16 yr old Sara Hamilton is to represent Scotland at the Commonwealth Games in Delhi in October 2010. She competed in the 2008 Commonwealth Youth Games in Pune, India, where she won the bronze medal in the 50 metres freestyle.
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Wednesday, 18 August 2010

Stonehaven Business Association Social Night

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Member Businesses and non members are invited to a Social Evening at The Heugh Hotel on Tuesday 24th August 2010 at 7.30pm

Guest speaker will be Jim Davidson

Jim has had 25 years experience in the retail trade both in the UK and America. He has been section manager of John Lewis (Edinburgh) and Assistant General Manager at BHS plc (number 2 in a store with 25 departments and 320 employees) as well as an independent trader - owning 4 convenience stores and a petrol station (all at the same time!) for 8 years. Jim regularly speaks to audiences over 1000, his largest being 6000 in New Orleans.

In this current climate, customer service is one area where independent businesses, can seek to achieve an advantage over competitors. Jim will give evertyone  valuable food for thought.

SBA Members: Free   Non Members: £5.00 includes a glass of wine, teas, coffee

Anyone interested in attending please notify Niall Menzies by Friday 20th August 2010
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Monday, 16 August 2010

Watch out for new Stonehaven Guide website

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The Stonehaven Guide will be updated over the next few weeks and moved to one of the fastest servers in the UK.
Interested to hear any comments on what people would like to see on the site
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Great news that Stonehaven was voted the best seaside town in Scotland. Good to see the considerable efforts of various local groups being acknowledged
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