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♦ Click here to read Bryan Auchterlonie’s letter in The Courier
Perth & Kinross Council Ward 9 – Almond and Earn. Click here for more information. *PDF file opens in a new tab/window.
Almond and Earn’s largest settlements are Bridge of Earn, Abernethy, Almondbank, Methven, and Forgandenny, 67% of the population.
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Below, Facebook pages for the branch, John Nicholson, Henry Anderson and the official SNP Twitter account; in that order.
If you’ve developed a continuous cough or fever/high temperature in the last 7 days, stay at home for 7 days from the day your symptoms started. Only phone your GP or 111 if your symptoms are severe. Visit our coronavirus (COVID-19) page for the latest advice or phone 0800 028 2816.
My mask protects you. Your mask protects me. Another way of putting it. I don’t know if I’m infectious and don’t want to infect you.
Zoom Branch AGM; 9 September 2020, 07:30 PM
Almond and Earn councillor Henry Anderson said: “This was rain of biblical proportions. We could have more of this in future due to climate change. “When infrastructure fails, we need to build it back better than before.” Read the full article in The Courier here
Methven Post Office saluted for going the extra mile.
From Almond and Earn SNP Facebook post: “Our own Catherine Scott, hitting the headlines for all the right reasons. Well done Catherine and team – A&E branch are proud of you.” Click here to read the full report in the Daily Record.
Nicola Sturgeon, First Minister of Scotland writes, 9 July.
COVID-19 continues to be suppressed to lower levels.
We’re making real progress, thanks to our collective efforts in sticking to the rules.
This means we can now move to Phase 3 of our routemap:
Face coverings in shops will be mandatory from tomorrow, Friday 10 July
From Monday, 13 July shopping centres will be able to reopen.
From Wednesday, 15 July hairdressers, bars, restaurants, and cinemas can reopen.
Places of worship can resume services on 15 July too.
Retail services like beauticians and nail salons can reopen from 22 July.
With every restriction we lift, the risk increases. So let’s all remember the FACTS:
Face coverings in enclosed spaces.
Avoid crowded places.
Clean your hands and surfaces regularly.
Two-metre social distancing.
Self-isolate and book a test if you develop coronavirus symptoms.
We are progressing step by step, to ensure the risk is kept to the absolute minimum.
A brighter future is in sight, if we stay safe and look after each other.
For full details, click on Phase 3 Update in the top menu.
Click on any image below to bring up a larger one. 3 photos to left taken by branch member, Liz Carney.