Carnoustie Social-Eyes held its final meeting on Tuesday 3 March 2020. The group’s mission statement is – ‘The aim of Carnoustie Social-Eyes is to bring people together, for company and support, and to enjoy social activities within the community. The benefits to members are the opportunity to meet and exchange ideas and common concerns, to …read more
Carnoustie Social-Eyes. When Carnoustie Social-Eyes holds its Annual General Meeting in March, unfortunately, it will not be possible to elect a working committee. According to the group constitution, if a situation such as this occurs, Carnoustie Social-Eyes will be unable to continue and the group will cease. This will take effect on Tuesday 3 March …read more
Carnoustie Social-Eyes ended 2019 with a visit to the V&A, where members had the opportunity to experience a described and touch tour of the ’Hello Robot’ exhibition. This was followed by a visit to the pantomime ‘Hansel and Gretel’ in Carnoustie High School, and the group’s Christmas lunch in the Station Hotel.
On Tuesday 5 November, guest speaker at the meeting of Carnoustie Social-Eyes was PC Steve McKay, designing out crime officer, Police Scotland. Steve explained that the design out crime prevention initiative enables officers to work with architects, developers and local authority planners at the planning stage. Steve also highlighted online, telephone and doorstep frauds and …read more