Back by popular demand!

Last year, the Trust launched the sale of the “Fittie” tea towel, drawn for us by local artist, Neil Hebden. This large, cotton tea towel, features the Fittie Squares and their immediate surroundings. A great keepsake for yourself or a gift for friends or family who have links to Fittie. Also, these are easy to buy just now, during lockdown, when we are less able to go out shopping. Price is £8 plus P&P Pay by cheque or Paypal Contact: or 07875553078

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Our first ticketed event – a sellout success!

Here are some photos from last Friday’s Stovie night in the Fittie Community Hall. It was a sellout event with over 70 tickets sold and nearly £500 raised towards the renovation of the community hall. Thank you to all our members who contributed to making this evening such a success including donating raffle prizes and chairs to sit on and helping set-up and clear-up and most importantly coming along.

A special thank you to the CFINE for our tasty stovies, Scylla Sea Cadets for loaning us tables and the Mission Hall for loaning us chairs and finally Aberdeen Ukes for getting old and young up and dancing to your lovely music!

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Fittie Stovie social evening

Tickets have now sold out for our upcoming social event this Friday 15th March. This is our first ticketed event in the hall so we’re delighted to have so many folk coming along.

We’re looking forward to welcoming everyone at 6pm with stovies served between 6.15 and 7pm followed by live music from ukulele band the Aberdeen Ukes. Tea, coffee and soft drinks will be served or you can BYOB (bring your own bottle not beetroot!). See you Friday!

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Funding application for community hall renovation submitted

The FCDT has submitted our final application for capital funding (to renovate the Gospel Hall) to the Big Lottery Community Assets fund. We look forward to sharing news on the success of our application with the community in March 2018.

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Aberdeen City Council have accepted our offer to buy the Gospel Halll

On Thursday the 29th June the Finance and Policy committee at Aberdeen City Council agreed to sell us the Gospel Hall through ‘community asset transfer’. This will be the first asset transfer that the Council have done, making the Fittie Community Development Trust trailblazers in community activity through asset transfer.

Local media coverage of this news is available HERE.

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Fittie Community Hall designs

Fittie community hall designs have been drafted by local firm Ian Rodger Architects with a grant from a Scottish Land Fund. Architect’s drawings are available to view HERE

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Community hall meeting and plant sale -June

Fittie Community Development Trust invites all neighbours to view and
contribute ideas to draft architect plans for the Fittie Community Hall. The meeting
will be held at the Gospel Hall on New Pier Road on Saturday, 10th June. Come along
anytime between 10.30 and 12 noon.

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Fittie Beach Clean – thank you !

Thank you to all the volunteers who joined in with the Fittie Beach Clean. We all enjoyed the clean-up, with some volunteers asking when they could turn up for the next action!

For more details and photos from the event please visit Great British Spring Clean 2017.

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Fittie Beach Clean – Part of the Great British Spring Clean – this Saturday 4th March











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Fittie Trust Festive Coffee Morning

On the 17th December the Fittie Trust hosted a home bakes and coffee morning to celebrate the festive holidays.  The event was attended by Fittie residents and families as well as visitors to the village. Biscuits and cakes were baked locally by residents and lots of volunteers helped serve tea and coffee throughout the morning as well as all the hard work setting up and tidying away.

Because the village currently has no community venue, a local church was hired for the event using funds from Aberdeen City Council’s festive fund. The event was a great success with lots of guests, many biscuits eaten and merry music to get everyone in the festive mood.

The Fittie Trust used this event as an opportunity to share updates about the community hall project and listen to villager’s comments and suggestions on the plans so far. Posters were used to share information about the progression of the project and show architects designs for the proposed renovations. Board members and volunteers discussed plans with guests and a suggestion box was available for ideas.

A poster was also presented by volunteers from the Fittie Gardening Group, who used this event to locate areas of the village that residents would like tidied and brightened up. Post-it notes were available to add suggestions to a map of the village. Maps of the Gospel Hall garden were also available for people to sketch ideas for what they would like to see in a community garden.

Volunteers from the Fittie Calendar project used the Festive event to sell their remaining Fittie calendars before the end of the year.

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