Riverside Nature Park benefits from Rotarians’ generosity

Yesterday, along with council colleagues Cllrs Richard McCready and Bob Duncan, I had the pleasure in taking part in a tree planting ceremony at Riverside Nature Park, with representatives from Dundee and Abertay Rotary Clubs who have kindly donated trees for the park.

Both Rotary Clubs do great charitable work and the new tree-lined path near to the park’s east entrance will greatly enhance the park.

Riverside Nature Park is going from strength to strength, with good visitor numbers and a Friends’ group getting established.

Collecting now for the Rotary Club of Abertay’s Charity Shop!

With the permission of the Rotary Club of Abertay, here’s details of the appeal for their forthcoming charity shop :

Brook Street, Broughty Ferry (former Victoria Wine shop)

Monday 29th March to Saturday 3rd April

(Shop stacking Mon-Wed; open for sale Thurs – Sat)

Acceptable items for sale include bric-a-brac, books, music, pictures, toys, sports equipment, garden accessories, soft furnishings and linens, small items of furniture, bikes, CDs, videos, computer games, DVDs, fashion accessories, jewellery, but – from previous experience – no clothes, please.

Telephone Dundee 668355 or email aams@talk21.com to request collection of donated items.