Andrew met Anne at the team at Glasgoforest Farm in West Aberdeenshire, and saw the incredible work that is being done in the Organic Dairy sector. The highlight of the visit was seeing plans for the Self-vending Milk machine, which is due to go live in a few weeks time.
Andrew today visited the site for the new EE mobile services mast. This will allow the North East to have improved connectivity for Emergency Services, local businesses and ordinary households, thanks to the UK Home Office Emergency Services contract!
Andrew wrote to the Scottish Government's Permanent Secretary, Leslie Evans and the UKs most senior Civil Servant, Sir Jeremy Heywood, regarding the concerns over the overtly political nature of recent tweets form the official Scottish Government Twitter account.
Andrew visited the Bonfire night celebrations held in Alford. This event was partly organised by the 1st Alford Scout Group. Andrew was joined by Huntly, Strathbogie and Alford Councillor, Robbie Withey. Everyone thoroughly enjoyed the show and the turn out was fantastic.
Andrew met the Principal and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Aberdeen, Sir Ian Diamond, to discuss the future of Higher Education funding in Scotland. Other topic included Brexit, soft powers and the Student Experience.