Cash shortages could send Monifieth Medieval Fair back to the Dark Ages.
It’s back to the burghs again this week.
Anger has escalated in Monifieth after a failed attempt to use a near £1 million land sale windfall to fund a local community centre.
Sir, – Given recent news that Monifieth lost out on funding because it is “too affluent” I wonder if there should be a look into how lottery cash is handed out.
Sir, – I am writing to support the view of Margaret Copland of Monifieth House of Memories who argues that the town is losing out on its fair share of council funding (Monifieth locals urged to make voices heard, Courier, May 31).
A woman who beheaded a Monifieth grandmother at her home in South Africa has begged the victim’s family for forgiveness.
Monifieth Local History Society leader warns of the “dire circumstances” facing the town’s residents
The president of Monifieth Local History Society has warned of the “dire circumstances” facing the town’s residents.
Dog owners who allow their pets to foul a popular area in Monifieth have come under fire.
Sir, – The dream is over. Monifieth will not get use of the old Invertay School, having been turned down by the Big Lottery for funding towards a Community Centre. Apparently Monifieth is too affluent to receive Lottery funding. Did the people of Monifieth realise that they have never had it so good?
A £2 million plan to transform a former Monifieth school building into a community hub has gone up in smoke.