Who is on the Making It Real Partnership?
Turriff & District Community Council (TDCC)
The Community Council serves the people of Turriff and its surroundings by raising matters with Aberdeenshire Council, Police Scotland and any other National or Regional Authority, which is relevant to the people of our town and district. We are a locally elected body whose remit is to represent the views of, and take action to promote, the interests of their communities.
Auchterless, Fisherford & Inverkeithny Community Council (AIFCC)
The Community Council serves the people of Auchterless, Inverkeithny and Fisherford by raising matters with Aberdeenshire Council, Police Scotland any other National or Regional Authority, which is relevant to the people of our area. We are a locally elected body whose remit is to represent the views of, and take action to promote, the interests of our communities.
Fyvie, Rothie & Monqhitter Community Council (FR&M)
Fyvie, Rothie & Monquitter Community Council services the people of the Fyvie, Rothienorman and Monqhitter Parish and surroundings by raising matters with Aberdeenshire Council, Police Scotland any other National or Regional Authority, which is relevant to the people of our area. We are a locally elected body whose remit is to represent the views of, and take action to promote, the interests of our communities.
The democratically elected local authority that provides education, social work, housing, recreation, environmental health, planning, roads, consumer protection and many other services for the people of Aberdeenshire. Representatives from the Turriff Academy, Community Learning Development, the Library Service, Community Planning Officer, Area Projects Officer and the Chair of the Turriff & District Making It Real Group is the Area Manager in Formartine, Elaine Brown.
Aberdeenshire Voluntary Action
We look forward to building on the strong foundations of those organisations and working together to provide a single point of access where the community groups, voluntary organisations, charities, social enterprises, co-operatives and individuals that make up Aberdeenshire’s diverse Third Sector can find the support and advice they need.
Scottish Fire and Rescue Service
Teamwork is essential to our Service and with our partners, we are working together for a safer Scotland.
The organisation’s mission is to promote well-being and safety in our communities; to provide excellent, visible, accessible services; and to enhance the quality of life of all those we serve.
Turriff & District Citizen’s Advice Bureau
We provide free, confidential and independent advice to everyone who needs it working or living in the Turriff, Banff and surrounding areas and have two aims; to help people understand their rights and responsibilities and to help them take action to solve their problem, and
to work locally and nationally to change policies and practices that are the root cause of problems, preventing issues arising at source.
Facilitating engagement and involvement between Formartine communities and statutory agencies and supporting community-led projects, including those with economic development outcomes
Proudly working together to improve our health: “Caring, Listening and Improving”. Our vision is to improve the health of the people of Grampian, by increasing the rate at which the health of the population improves, and at the same time narrowing the gap in health between our most disadvantaged and most affluent communities. We will strive to provide services that have patients at the heart of the service, receiving safe, high quality treatment on the basis of clinical need, when they need it and within comfortable surroundings.
Local Community Representatives
The partnership is also supported by various members of our local communities or representatives who bring an extensive range of skills and knowledge in their contributions to partnership working.
Your local ward councillors working for Turriff & District communities are part of the Making It Real Partnership.
Cllr Sandy Duncan
Cllr Anne Robertson
Cllr Alisan Norrie