Community councillors recognised for long service

Councillor Charles Buchan (Fraserburgh and District), Chairman of the Banff and Buchan Area Committee Councillor John Cox (Banff and District), Chairman of Fraserburgh and District Community Council Mr Ronnie McNab, Fraserburgh and District Community Councillor Mrs Meg Morton, Vice-chairman of the Banff and Buchan Area Committee, Councillor Brian Topping (Fraserburgh and District), Area Manager of Banff and Buchan, Margaret-Jane Cardno.
Councillor Charles Buchan (Fraserburgh and District), Chairman of the Banff and Buchan Area Committee Councillor John Cox (Banff and District), Chairman of Fraserburgh and District Community Council Mr Ronnie McNab, Fraserburgh and District Community Councillor Mrs Meg Morton, Vice-chairman of the Banff and Buchan Area Committee, Councillor Brian Topping (Fraserburgh and District), Area Manager of Banff and Buchan, Margaret-Jane Cardno.

Two of Fraserburgh’s community councillors were recognised for their long service to their community at a presentation last week.

Chairman of Fraserburgh and District Community Council, Ronnie McNab, and Meg Morton were presented with certificates for 25 years’ service to the community council by the chairman of Banff and Buchan Area Committee, Councillor John Cox.

Councillor Cox said: “To spend 25 years representing your local community is a great achievement. You both work very hard with the rest of the community council and I hope this shows in our appreciation for your service.”

Committee vice-chair, Cllr Brian Topping also congratulated the duo. He said: “On behalf of all of the area committee and Aberdeenshire Council I’d like to say congratulations. You’ve both spent many years sitting on the community council and this is the second time around your service has been recognised Ronnie so congratulations!”

Commenting, Mr McNab said: “The community council is here to help the people of the area and anything we can do to help is a highlight.”

Mrs Morton said: “I’ve genuinely enjoyed my years on the community council. I’ve seen a lot of changes over the years, had a lot of arguments, but it’s been nice and I’ve met a lot of people through it as well.”