May Day ... May Day ...
Fantastic day out at Deeside Activity Park for all the family!
All the blue light services will be here, Police, Fire Brigade, Mountain Rescue, Ambulance, Paramedics and Coast Guard with their Helicopter, all participating in 'The Blue Light Challenge'.
We will have 'Arrive and Drive' on the Karting circuit and a regular 'Nature Wellie Walk'.
FREE entry, but donations will be appreciated for parking.
Farmer Kens Grill, Louise's Farm Kitchen and other food vendors will be on site.
Come and support all our Blue Light services. Read more…
Come and enjoy a selection of Popular hits and well known classical choral works. Among others we'll be singing Bohemian Rhapsody, Fields of Gold, the Gaelic Blessing and the Vivaldi Gloria. Read more…
Calling all adventure lovers, the Kendal Mountain Film Festival Tour is coming to Banchory to share an incredible night of adventure stories.
Watch the world's BEST adventure films - stories of talent, endurance and excitement to take your breath away! Ride icy waves in sub zero winter, chase tornados, run in the foothills of the Atlas Mountains and mountain bike into the wildest reaches of your imagination.
Plus hear from two incredible speakers:
Scottish swimmer Colleen Blair has been swimming in open water since the age of 7. She was first person to swim across the notorious Pentland Firth, from mainland to the Orkney Islands and swam Loch Ness when she was 19. In June 2018 she became the first person to swim ‘The Minch’ – a 24 mile stretch of water between the Isle of Lewis and mainland Scotland.
Uisdean Hawthorn is a Scottish climber with a love for big mountain routes. Over the last 3 seasons he has racked upa number of significant first ascents including The Giant (VII,7) and Han Solo (VIII,7).
The night will be hosted by Festival director Steve Scott and we'll be giving away prizes from our tour sponsors. Read more…
With over 300 pristine vehicles on display in a beautiful riverside setting, the event celebrates our rich motoring heritage. Live music, food, stalls, a relaxed atmosphere and lots of nostalgia all combine to make this an attractive day out.
The annual rally is run by the Rotary Club of Banchory-Ternan and all proceeds are donated to charity.