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Entier Ltd, Investors In People Gold Standard

That the Parliament congratulates everyone at Entier Ltd, which is based in Westhill, Aberdeenshire, on it recently being accredited as Investors In People Gold Standard in recognition of its apprenticeship programme, Fresh Olives; believes that it delivers first class catering, housekeeping, maintenance and hospitality services for offshore and onshore clients, and understands that it is one of only two companies in North East Scotland to have achieved what it considers this prestigious status.

Supported by: Rob Gibson, Kevin Stewart, David Torrance, Colin Beattie, Gil Paterson, Adam Ingram, Richard Lyle, Mike MacKenzie, Anne McTaggart, Joan McAlpine, Christian Allard


Current Status: Fallen on 23/03/2016
Congratulations to the First Woman to Win Bothy Ballads

That the Parliament congratulates Shona Donaldson on becoming, it understands, the first woman to win Bothy Ballads, which it considers a prestigious competition that celebrates the Doric heritage of north-east Scotland; recognises that Bothy Ballads honours traditional music and the oral tradition; understands that this was a lifelong dream for Shona, and wishes her every success in the future.

Supported by: Nanette Milne, Jean Urquhart, Richard Lyle, Mike MacKenzie, Anne McTaggart, Rob Gibson, Kevin Stewart, Jackie Baillie, Dave Thompson, Lewis Macdonald, Nigel Don


Current Status: Fallen on 23/03/2016
Congratulations to Groups in Aberdeenshire West

That the Parliament congratulates three groups in the Aberdeenshire West constituency that have recently received a total of £26,540 from Awards for All Scotland; notes that the Aberdeenshire Council's Social Heath and Care department plans to use its award to provide a one-day public event in spring 2016 to celebrate the Pitscurry Project, which is a garden facility that provides a range of activities for adults with learning difficulties; understands that the Premnay Hall and Community Association plans to replace its kitchen and that the Oyne Community Association will uses its funding to pay for path creation and landscaping; believes that Awards for All donates money to projects that aim to help improve communities and the lives of people most in need, and wishes all involved every success.

Supported by: Nanette Milne, Christian Allard, Richard Lyle, Anne McTaggart


Current Status: Fallen on 23/03/2016