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Glass News and Updates

Glass Hall Planning Application
We have now submitted the plans for Glass Hall and these can be viewed on the Aberdeenshire Council Planning pages. You can click here to view the application, else via the link here:  and enter app/2016/2398  into the search box. There is until I believe the 29th September if you wish to comment.

Glass Hall Defibrillator
At the AGM it was agreed we would try and get funding for a defibrillator, we have successfully applied to the the British Heart Foundation for this, with a contribution of £400 from us they will supply the machine. A housing unit for the Defibrillator will be required on the Glass Hall wall and we hope to apply for additional funding to cover this cost. The Defibrillator will be a public accessed defibrillator which we are delighted to be getting for Glass Hall.
We shall be arranging some CPR training over the winter months free to all and we really do hope you will all take the opportunity of coming along to a session, more details will follow.

Glass/Cairnie Community Wind farm Fund
There is a public meeting on Monday the 12th September in Glass Hall.  Please click here to see a poster which gives many more details. We would welcome everyone to come along and get involved in the Community benefit Fund.

Cairnborrow Wind Farm Deliveries
There are turbine deliveries due the week of the 13th October for the blades, and the 26th October to 15th November for the towers, just to let you be aware of traffic movements. If this changes we shall let you know.

Do get in touch if any questions on any of the above matters.

Thank you all for your continued support,

Glass Leisure Hunt

Get involved in our leisure hunt for just a £5 donation!

Simply complete the form below and we shall email you a copy of the questions, and only if you hand in the answers will we ask for your £5 donation!

The answer sheets should be returned to Glass Hall on Sunday 21st August no later than 2.30pm prior to  the Duck Race launch!

Leisure Hunt Form:


Best of Luck!

Queen’s 90th Birthday Celebration


On Thursday 21 April members of the Glass community gathered at the Hall to celebrate the Queen’s 90th Birthday.


After  some light refreshments, James Ingleby read a letter from Prince Charles after which a toast was given to HM The Queen.

Members of the Glass community then proceeded to watch the bonfire and fireworks from the field opposite the Hall.






Glass Community Association – Queen’s 90th Birthday Celebrations from Glass Community Association on Vimeo.