ARBROATH Old and Abbey Church is joining a select group of Church of Scotland churches in installing solar panels.
They are being fitted as part of the church’s commitment to reducing its carbon footprint in line with Church of Scotland recommendations. In addition the project satisfies the need to be good stewards of God’s creation in preparation for a more sustainable future.
The installation of the solar panels is the final phase of a three year improvement plan to make the church buildings as environmentally friendly as possible, helping to reduce the ever increasing energy bills.
Dangerous driving: witnesses sought
POLICE in Arbroath are seeking witnesses in relation to an incident of dangerous driving on the A933 at Colliston, by Arbroath, at around 4.40 p.m. on Sunday.
A blue Subaru Impreza vehicle was travelling at high speed towards Arbroath and caused a number of vehicles to swerve to avoid collision.
Anyone who has information regarding this incident, was forced to take evasive action or can recall seeing a vehicle of this description in the area at that time is asked to contact Tayside Police on 0300 111 2222, Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or speak to any officer.
Show in a Week
‘SHOW in A Week’, the week long musical theatre summer school which made a successful debut last year, is returning later this month.
The school, which will reach its climax with two performances at the Webster Theatre on Saturday, July 28, is being staged by the Carnoustie-based Angus Centre for Performing Arts.
It is open to youngsters aged from 12 to 20 years with rehearsals, which take place at the Terrace Road studio of Angus Centre for Performing Arts, getting under way on Monday (July 23).
Places for ‘Show in a Week’ are still available. Further details can be obtained from principal Fiona Forbes on 01241 853788.
This year’s show, written by Caroline Dey, one of the group’s drama teachers, is based on the music of the 1990s.
Tickets, costing £9 and concessions £7 for both Saturday performances which start 2.30 p.m. and 7.30 p.m., can be purchased from the Webster Theatre.