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The Festival is a unique platform for young talent and a celebration of youthful creativity and innovation. This year we are welcoming an astonishing array of talent from across the world, including dancers and traditional storytellers from Africa, ballet and traditional dance from the Caribbean, classical music from India and singers from Norway, as well as whole lot more. Read more »
Early in 2007, a group of enthusiastic young people set up a new sports club in Aberdeen. The sport is called floorball, an indoor variant of hockey, which can be described as a modern form of the more commonly known sport of unihoc. Fuelled by the enthusiasm of two students from the floorball nation of Switzerland and two ex-Dundee floorball players, the club was formed in record time.
Archaeolink is a multi award winning living history park and visitor attraction, with a central focus on education, participation and fun.
Travel 10,000 years in one day from the Mesolithic to a Roman Marching Camp, with indoor and outdoor exhibitions, featuring hands on activities, workshops and guided tours everyday, Archaeolink is a dynamic historical experience for all the family.
Situated in the beautiful countryside of Aberdeenshire in the shadow of the dramatic Bennachie mountain range, the park occupies a central location in the diverse archaeological landscape of North East Scotland. Read more »
Based in the North-East of Scotland, Bookkeeping Solutions Inc: Payroll Management offers a comprehensive bookkeeping and payroll management service to businesses within Aberdeenshire, including Limited companies, partnerships and sole traders. Read more »
BOOTS is an informal hillwalking group based in Oldmeldrum, Aberdeenshire
BOOTS offers people living in the Aberdeenshire area and their friends and visitors the means of organising access to the hills in the company of others with a similar interest in hillwalking. Prior to booking on their first outing, new members should confirm their experience and current level of fitness with John Baillie or John Hughes and contact the walk organiser in good time for the first walk they wish to join. Walkers, including the less experienced can take part in outings that they might not otherwise have tackled, developing their own capabilities in the process. The group actively encourages the development of hillcraft amongst its members, and can organise instruction in navigating skills and safety awareness and practices. Read more »