Welcome to Dalbeattie Matters, the website for the Dalbeattie community
Welcome to Dalbeattie Matters, a community website and resource for everyone fortunate enough to live in Dalbeattie and the surrounding area or those who have visited and fallen in love with this amazing community and who just want to keep in touch with everything that’s happening here.
We are a one-stop resource with information about local groups and organisations, services, events, local news and even the weather in Dalbeattie!
If you have an item of news or if you are part of a local group or organisation and would like to be featured on the Dalbeattie Matters website, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dalbeattie Allotments 10th birthday
01/05/2010 - 01/05/2020
Ten years ago, (1st May 2010) after two years of planning, work began on the site that was to become Dalbeattie Community Allotments.
That first phase created 47 plots for people to work on and enjoy and later, in 2011, an extension was added to the site which provided a further 34 plots.
Over the past decade, numerous individuals and families have enjoyed the health and social benefits which are associated with exercise, fresh air, fresh produce and company which allotments are known to provide.
Those benefits are even more important today as we live through such challenging times.
So a very big ‘thank you’ to all those who helped provide such a fantastic amenity for the town and to those who continue to manage the site on behalf of its members and local residents.
Happy 10th Birthday DCAA.
Jim Fallon (Former Treasurer DCAA)
Corona Virus update from
Cragnair Health Centre
A notice from local charity
In light of the current situation regarding
Covid-19 which we find ourselves dealing with, we as a charity, would
like to reiterate that we are here to help all organisations with the
discharge of patients from hospitals to free up beds
should they be needed. We would reassure the public that our staff are
taking every precaution regarding hygiene and cleanliness whilst
carrying out their duties.
We are able to supply and fit keysafes (keysafes
are chargeable, installation is free) as well as supply and fit grab
rails (free of charge), banister rails (client covers cost of materials)
within a client’s home. We will also move furniture
around the home to accommodate hospital beds or moving a bed from
upstairs to downstairs to aid mobility.
We can be contacted on a free phone number – 0800 069 9173 and our office hours are 9am to 4pm, Monday to Friday.
Finding help during the COVID-19 Pandemic
Sector Dumfries and Galloway (TSDG) has created a new website to give
the public easy access to what help is available from local
organisations during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The map-based site allows residents to search for groups that are offering support in their area as well as allowing organisations to make appeals for support and resources. .
The map can zoom into an area, town or village with a pin for each organisation giving contact details and a brief description of what is available or required.
2021 Solway Forests Red Squirrel Calendar
With thousands of young people impacted by Covid19 the Solway Forests
Red Squirrel Network are inviting everyone from the ages of 4-18 years
to take part in our Red squirrel painting and calendar competition.
Closing date 31st July 2020
Dalbeattie = Scots: Dawbeattie, from Gaelic Dail Bheithe meaning "valley of birch."
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