Milltown of Rothiemay is a small inland village, built mostly of granite, in the north-east of Scotland and is within the Moray Council area bordering neighbouring Aberdeenshire across the river to the south-east. It is around 6 miles (9.7 km) north of Huntly, and 8 miles (13 km) east of Keith. It lies on the banks of the River Deveron close to where it joins the River Isla, in the former county of Banffshire. The village has existed for several centuries. www.rothie.co.uk has a wealth of information about the area. The Forbes Arms Hotel dates back to the 1780's.
Rothiemay Primary School has a roll of around 46 pupils. The school has 3 classrooms. There is a thriving playgroup which can accommodate up to twelve children from three years to school age.
In addition to the playground there is a playing field, a memorial garden, 'Trim Trail', and wildlife area.
Staff are friendly, approachable and dedicated to providing a stable foundation to help meet the demands of a changing world. There is an active Parent Council.
The area representative for Rothiemay is Karen Pryce-Iddon.
Raising items of concern to you
Overseeing your issues to there end
Talking to relevant agencies about our community issues
Help with concerns that affect you and your area
Inviting all opinions/issues no matter how little you think they are
Empowering every resident to make a difference
Making the Village better for our children
Aiming to make our village a name to be proud of
Your voice counts in your community
Canvassing the public for your thoughts
Offering free time to the Community
Maintaining tradition but seeking improvement
Mediating between differing opinions
Upholding the best ideals of the Village
Nourishing your aspirations to fruition
Identifying with people’s problems
Targeting the facts from the fiction
Yielding gracefully to well argued facts
Connecting with all sectors of the community
Obligated to give everyone a fair hearing
Undertaking to work for the good of the Village
Negotiating on your behalf with the authorities
Contact me via my telephone number 07958187775
Input from you is necessary to steer our efforts
Lawfully pursuing the right to better our society