The LADIES of the Fund-raiser’s Shop at 5 St Malcolm’s Wynd in Kirriemuir have kindly handed over £200 to Kirriemuir Community Liaison Officer Constable Pam to be used for the Friday Night Project.
This has enabled the project to pay Fran Marquis, a ceramicist, to work with a group of 12 young people over two Fridays, helping them make items which they will create, glaze and take home.
If this event is successful and enjoyed by the young people Constable Colvin will be in a stronger position to seek funding from other sources to enable this opportunity to be offered on other weeks to the rest of the young people who attend the project.
The Friday Night Project is always looking for people who specialise in areas such as ceramics, art, dance etc which give young people opportunities to try things which they would not normally be able to experience.
The Fund-raiser’s Shop’s donation is greatly appreciated by the members of Kirriemuir Friday Night Project who would like to say a big thank you.
In the menatime, Constable Colvin has issued an update on the crimes committed in the area during the last week.
At around 10.30 p.m. on Friday, October 10, in Old School Road, Westmuir, Kirriemuir, a front window of a house was broken damaging the outer pane only. (Crime Reference 33781/12).
Mud Flaps were stolen from a grey Vauxhall Zafira parked in a driveway of a house in Grampian Crescent, Kirriemuir between 7.30 p.m. on Saturday, October 13 and 3 p.m. on Sunday, October 14 (CR33830/12).
A lockup to the rear of Chinese Takeaway, Lindsay Street, Kirriemuir was broken into between 12 noon on Saturday, October 13 and 10 a.m. on Monday, October 15 resulting in various items being stolen which included a power generator and various tools. (CR33857/12)
Further complaints have been received in relation to dog fouling along the Commonty leading to and passing the Scout Hut on Whitelums Road, Kirriemuir.
Children attending Cubs and Beavers at the hall have more often than not entered the hall with dog excrement on their shoes. Details of locations of dog fouling has been forwarded to Community Wardens.