Turriff Pipe Band Led by Pipe Major Bill Hepburn.
Highland Dancers Trophy Winners. Names Front Row L/R Georgia Murray, Courtney Robertson, Jessica Morrison, Kerris Robertson, ????, Bernie Runcie, Michelle Gordon & Georgia Jack. Back Row L/R Lindsay Morrison, Rebecca Thow, Emily McDonald, Lauren Webster, Lisa Mowatt, Millie Shand, Bethany Michie & Joanne Lowe.
Mass Pipes & Drums.
Presentation to Alice & Harry Orlandi from Norman Fiddes & Jackie Hepburn from The Turriff Pipe Band.
Picture shows L/R Harry Emslie, Irene Bullock & Betty Anderson.
Picture shows the wedding of Stephanie McKay & Alan Buchan both of Burnside of Gight, Methlick. The couple were married at Macduff Parrish Church with their reception at the Banff Springs.
Pictured are the Yvonne Milne Dancers before their charity concert held in the Turriff Academy.
Pictured at the Aberchirder Community Association Stall selling souvenirs of the event are L/R Alison Peden, David Chalmers & Linda Farquhar.
Young Keifer Webster age 8 has a go at the nail chappin time trial !
deveron River Brass Band entertain the crowd from under cover.
Pictured in front of the Aberchirder Fire Engine is L/R Jamie Hale, Roman Smith, Firefighter Martin Allan, Scott Duncan age 4 and Firefighter Pete Scott.
Bob Peden makes the introductory speach and welcomes Patricia Seligman Deputh Lieutenant Of Banffshire to officially open the square.
Foggie residents look on the official opening of the Square under umbarellas!
Stewart Stevenson MSP holds the microphone for Patricia Seligman whilst she makes her opening speach under shelter, looking on is Mrs Edna Cowie.
Bob Peden holds a brolly up for Patricia Seligman Deputy Lieutenant For Banffshire who officially opened the Square in Foggie.
Bob Peden holds a brolly up for Patricia Seligman Deputy Lieutenant For Banffshire, recieving a bouquet of flowers from Jayne Michie Chair Of The Aberchirder Community Association.
Bob Peden holds a brolly up for Patricia Seligman Deputy Lieutenant For Banffshire.
Braving the wet weather at the official opening of the Aberchirder Square was L/R Mrs Nancy McKidd,Cllr Jack Mair, Mrs Edna Cowie, James Knowles Head of Economic Development, Jayne Michie Chair Aberchirder Community Association, Cllr Peter Argyle Chair Of Infrastructure Services Committee, Patricia Seligman Deputy Lieutenant Of Banffshire, Bob Peden, Bingo Bremner, Eilidh Whiteford MP & Stewart Stevenson MSP.
Braving the wet weather at the official opening of the Aberchirder Square was L/R Mrs Nancy McKidd, Cllr Jack Mair, Mrs Edna Cowie, James Knowles Head Of Economic Development, Jayne Michie Chair of Aberchirder Community Association, Cllr Peter Argyle Chair of Infrastructure Services Committee, Patricia Seligman Deputy Lieutenant Of Banffshire who officially opened the square, Bob Peden, Bingo Bremner, Eilidh Whiteford MP and Stewart Stevenson MSP.
Braving the wet weather Huntly & District Pipe Band lead by Drum Major Derek Deans.
Picture shows Andrew Rennie receiving his certificate for bravery from the Royal Humane Society. Making the presentation is David Dalziel Chief Fire Officer and looking on centre is Neil Stephen Turriff Watch Manager.
Picture shows Andrew Rennie receiving his certificate for bravery from the Royal Humane Society. Making the presentation is David Dalziel Chief Fire Officer. Looking on centre is Neil Stephen Turriff Watch Manager.
Names L/R Neil Stephen Turriff Watch Manager, Caroline, Andrew & Annabell Rennie with certificate from the Royal Humane Society. Presenting the certificate was David Dalziel Chief Fire Office.
Names L/R Neil Stephen Turriff Watch Manager, Caroline, Andrew & Annabell Rennie with the certificate from the Royal Humane Society. David Dalziel Chief Fire Officer.
Picture shows Andrew Rennie with his certificate for bravery from the Roya Humane Society. Along with Andrew are his daughters Left Caroline and on the right Annabell.
Picture shows the Turriff & District Gymnastics Club members along with their coaches at the annual presentation evening.
Interval entertainment Logan Wooley & Antony Scruby.
Interval entertainment logan Wooley & Antony Scruby.
Gateway Centre Full To Capacity
Anne Simpson presents Jane Fisher with a certificate of learning for Training For Volounteer Literacies Tutors.
Anne Simpson presents Margaret Smith with a certificate of learning to the Turriff & Upper Ythan 50s Walking Group.
Anne Simpson presents Morag Allan with a certificate of learning for the Art Group.
Picture shows Paula Taylor shaving the head of Karen Ewen as a fund raising event for the Foxy Foggie Fillies Relay For Life Team.
Picture taken at the Turriff Mother & Toddler Group Coffee Morning held in the British Legion Hall.
Pictured is the Turriff Medical Centre Relay For Life Team at their Coffee Morning held in the St Andrews Church Hall.
Aouch! that gotta hurt! Dr Angus Sim getting his legs waxed for Cancer Research Charity.
Aouch! that gotta hurt! Dr Steve Henderson & Dr Angus Sim get their legs waxed for Cancer Research Charity. Elaine Parker of Turriff Beauty Parlour does the waxing.
Aouch! that gotta hurt! Dr Steve Henderson & Dr Angus Sim get their legs waxed for Cancer Research Charity. Doing the waxing is Elaine Parker of Beauty Parlour.
Aouch! that gotta hurt! Dr Steve Henderson getting his legs waxed for Cancer Research Charity.
Picture shows PC Kerry Megahy of Operation Zenith Grampian Motorcycle Road Safety Awareness programme speaking to two young motorcyclists L/R Fraser Gibbon & Graham Donald.
Pictures shows PC Kerry Megahy of Operation Zenith Motorcycle Road Safety Awareness programme speaking to two young motorcyclists L/R Fraser Gibbon & Graham Donald.
Alistair Carmichael tries out the inertia seatbelt simulator, wtched over by po;ice cadet Richard Cooper & Fire Crew Manager Steven Corsan.
Alistair Carmichael tries out the inertia seatbelt simulator watched over by police cadet Richard Cooper and Fire Crew Manager Steven Corsan on the left watching on are Turriff Firefighters James Parker & Alan shand.
Dylan Cairns tries out the inertia seatbelt simulator watched over by police cadet Richard Cooper, looking on are Firefighters James Parker & Alan shand along with PC Kerry Megahy.
Dylan Cairns tries out the inertia seatbelt simulator comming to a halt from only 6mph.
Pictured is Team Pelikan Pinups names L/R Liz Moir, Sylvia Pratt, Anne Morrison, Marlyn Morrison, Mary McAllistair, Christine Catto & Marrion Urquhart.
Pictured are the teams warming up before the start of the 24 hour relay.
Event organisers start the relay. Names L/R Stella Hendry, Alison Elphinstone, Lynne Cruickshank, Liz Robertson, Linda Johnstone & Liz Paterson.
Event organisers lead the Survivors on a lap of the track. Names L/R Stella Hendry, Alison Elphinstone, Lynne Cruickshank, Liz Robertson, Linda Johnstone & Liz Paterson.
Initial lap by the Survivors.
Pictured ar the start of the relay are Team Deveron Girls.
Team Foggie Foxy Fillies who raised the most for the fund raising event at over £8000.
Team from the Banff & Macduff Area - "Hawaiian In The Haughs".
Team from the Banff & Macduff Area - "FIT-A_STRAMASH". Team made up from two families and friends the Patersons and the Halls.
Team 118 118 Names L/R Moira Webster, Maria Robertson, Kathleen Mackie, Alison Taylor & Karen Christie.
Candle of hope Committee members Lesley Christie & Gail Thors.
Team Cuminestown Cowboys Names L/R Myra McRobbie, Amy McRobbie, Kathleen Hay, Laura Hay, Gillian Craig, Ross Craig, Keith Beaton, Tracy Beaton, Karen Campbell, Suzie McKenzie and Andrew Jessit in the front.
Natallie Mackie of team Hawiian In The Haughs competes in the Egg & Spoon race.
Space Hopper Race
Yvonne Milne Dancers Christie Maree Strachan & Kelsie Smart hand over a cheque for £1250 to Lynne Cruickshank Chairperson for the Turriff & District Relay For Life.
Graham Baird & Paul Henry as The Turriff Blues Bros entertain the crowd.
Candle of Hope
Piper Sandy Shearer pipes the teams around the course and the candle of hopes.
Turriff Brownies are pictured on their Limo evening.
Romanian Appeal Group hold Car Boot Sale at Cornfield Road. Names L/R Linda Thom, Alice Johnstone, Lorna Munro, Nancy Barron, Caroline Alexander, Liz Webster & Mike Henry.
Pictured around the sales table are some of the youngsters from the Cuminestown James Tennant Playingfield Fund Raising Committee. The elder ones who are on the committee helped organise and run the fundraising Coffee Morning.
Picture taken at the Turriff Care Home Strawberry Tea shows visitors & residents being served by some young volunteer helpers. Names L/R Gilbert Wiseman, Georgina Lampon, Jaimee Lampon, Barbara Wiseman, Ann Marie Ritchie & Resident Mary Jack.
Picture shows L/R Shona Milne, Ann Murray & Nicole Murray presernting a chequre for £1500 to the Colin Milligan Chairman & Fiona Fordyce Treasurer of the Friends. The monies raised were the result of a sky dive!
Pictured at the Sue Ryder Care Shop Coffee Morning are volunteer helpers L/R Shamus Church, Paul Glennie, Lucinda Church, Doreen Towler, Shirley Nash & Rebecca Church. Sue Ryder is a charity raising money for local care of the following deseases, Ceribal Pawlsie, Motorneuron Desease, Huntingtons, Parkinsons, Multiple Sclerocis, Cancer Dimentia & Stroke. All the monies raised in Turriff goes to support their nearest Nursing Home which is Dee Court in Aberdeen. The Turriff shop is one of 38 Sue Ryder shops in Scotland.
Picture show Legion members serving up the coffee & Butteries.
Picture shows Shona Cruickshank of ACE Winches presenting a cheque for £500 to Colin Milligan Chairman of the Friends.
Picture shows committee members Jackie Moffat and Fiona Fordyce at the Strawberry Stall.
Picture shows the ladies helping serve up the strawberries and ice cream at the annual Marnoch Church Strawberry Tea. Names L/R Jannet Leith, Margaret Boyne, Iona Mackie, Mary Smith & Michele Van Sittert.
Picture shows Iona Mackie serving up strawberries and ice cream to Mrs Carrol Duguid & Mrs Ella Morrison at the annual Marnoch Church Strawberry Tea.
Making it all happen in the kitchen are L/R Frances Bates, Morag Ingils & Julie Duncan.
Turriff's Neil Smith Batting.
Turriffs Dod Duncan Batting.
Turriffs Dod Duncan & David Chalmers make a run.
Turriffs Dod Duncan.
Turriffs Dod Duncan not quite out!
Turriff's David Chalmers Batting.
Turriff Utd's Pitch is ready for action.
Picture shows Ian Garden 3rd right President of the Friends of Turriff & Banff MS Group receiving a cheque for £1000 from Anne Murray, Royan Murray & Nicole Murray. The money was raised from a sponsored skydive by Anne & Nicole Murray along with Shonagh & Lana Milne.
Pictured at the Church fund raising event are L/R Rev Jim Cook, Gordon Pirie, Garreth John, Dave Taylor & Bert Reid.
Eina & Peter Cowie along with Jim Anderson are being served thier coffee by some members names L/R Jane Bertwhistle, Ann Norrie, Nancy Barron, Rosie Michie & Elsie Matthews.
Picture taken at a coffee morning in the Turriff British Legion Hall in aid of the Fenbank Greyhound Sanctury.
Team Line up
Picture shows L/R Scott Higgins from St Ninians who conducted part of the service, Dave Leibenitz & Tom McAllion who were behind the grill and Rev Jim Cook from St Andrews, Monquhitter & New Byth Parish Church.
Picture taken at the Inverkeithny Kirk Choral Service conducted by Gordon Hay.
Blackbirds set off for the Lonach Gathering from Fyvie Castle.
Picture taken at the Inverkeithney Trust Coffee Morning held in the Turriff British Legion Hall names L/R Frances Proctor, Lorna Stephen, Pat Cowie, Sandy Duncan, Diane Adams, Emma, Hillary & Peter Cowie with Dina Hadden on the right.
Pictured are the helpers and committee member who attended at the Buttery Morning.
Pictured at the Deveron Archie Groups 10th Birthday Celebrations held in the Turriff BP (Baden Powel) Centre are committee members, Archie and some youngsters.
Pictured Cutting the 10th Birthday cake are the Deveron Group Chairperson Lynne Gillespie & Archie. Also in the picture are committee members L/R Jackie Mearns, Gillian Paterson, Mandy Howitt, Julie Mackie, Lynne Gillespie. In the front L/R Gill Frane & Shona Smith.
Allans Magic entertained the youngsters at the groups 10th Anniversary celebrations.
Alans Magic entertained the youngsters at the groups 10th Anniversary celebrations.
Pictured are the performers at the Rock Nite organised by Edna Anderson centre.
Picture shows Neil Stephen Station Manager receiving a gift from Eddie Dalziel Chief Fire Officer to mark his retirement from the Turriff Fire Station after 29 years service. Neil's wife Ann received a bouquet of flowers.
Picture shows Neil Stephen Station Manager and Eddie Dalziel Chief Fire Officer Neil is holding the gift he recieved from his colleagues to mark his retirement from the Turriff Fire Station after 29 years service.
Picture shows Neil Stephen with the gift he recieved from his colleagues to mark his retirement from the Turriff Fire Station after 29 years service.
First Contender Mike Murray makes the walk on to the Oche.
1st up Mike Murray beats Adrian Lewis.
1st up Mike Murray beats Adrian Lewis. Compare Davie Hanson raises Mike Murray's arm in recognition of the first win.
Aberchirder Sponsor Tommy (Toaster) Willox makes his entrance to the Oche to play PDC player Adrian Lewis.
Pictured are the three professional darts players Names L/R Darryl Fitton, Adrian Lewis & Gary Robson.
Picture taken at the Busy Bees Coffee Morning.
Legion committee members at the Gurkha Coffee Morning.
Picture shows Hayley Thomson making a purchase with event organiser Caroline Close as stall holder Diane Sorley takes a rest on the car tailgate.
Acts & Organisers.
Presenter Sean Wilson.
1st Up Singer Song Writer Terri Wilson.
Singer Dana Scroobie.
Runners up, dancers 'Fuze".
Dancers "Just Bounce".
The winner Debbie McTavish.
Picture shows organisers L/R Daniel Astridge & Connor Shepherd presenting the winning cheque to Debbie McTavish.
Picture shows organisers L/R Daniel Astridge & Connor Shepherd presentin the winning cheque, flowers & trophy to the winner Debbie McTavish.
Picture shows the winning team "Dumb & Dumber" being presented with their prizes. Names L/R Diane Cooper presenting Evelyn Strachan, Grant Cumming, Alastair Strachan & Alison Cumming receiving her prize from Mary Duguid.
Pictured are some of the youngsters, parents & organisers from the club.
Front Row L/R Eric Thomson, Cath Douglas, Jeff Robertson & Alastair Domfricht. Back L/R Sandy Jamieson, Douglas Lawrie, Margaret Smith, Ian Smith, Frances Thomson, David Smith, Ron Jones, Russel Lowe & Bill McIntosh.
Ladies Champion Cath Douglas receives her trophy from Eric Thomson club president looking on is Gents Champion Jeff Robertson and this is his 20th time as winner of the Main Duff Trophy.
Picture shows Debbie Gray who won the Pre Championship Douglas Cup for the 14yr age group at the Beach Ballroom on the 26th Sept 2010.
Manning his Honey Stall is Rev Steven Palmer St Congans Church and Mary Murray.
Picture shows Dana Winton & Pamela Meldrum maning the sales table while in the back Kate Friday, Lesley Wilson & John Miller play the Bassoons. Three dances, three more dances and six bagatels! composed by Michael Norris.
Pictured is Rev Steven Palmer of St Congans
Performers L/R Bill Gray, Nicola Auchnie, Moira Stewart, Carol Irvine, Debbie Gray and in the front Kerrie Irvine.
Singing a bothy ballad is Bill Gray.
Performing at the concert are sisters Carol & Kerrie Irvine.
Singing a bothy ballad is Moira Stewart.
Picture shows Nicola Auchnie performing a series Reels & Jigs on the fiddle.
Concert organiser & compere Bill Gray telling a tall tale!
Picture shows Debbie Gray performing a highland dance at the concert.
Time for their own coffee break. Mothers Janis Donald & Mary Turner pictured along with the Bownies who served up the public at the Aberchirder Brownies & Rainbows Coffee Morning.
Names L/R Caitlynn Walker, Betty Bain, Margaret Henderson, Austin Campbell, Heather, Iona & Zoe Campbell.
Picture shows fire fighters Gavin Scott, Michael Gray, Peter Scott Station Manager & Barry Chalmers at the Fire Station's Charity Car Wash.
Picture shows fire fighters Michael Gray, Barry Chalmers, Peter Scott Station Manager & Gavin Scott at the stations charity car wash.
Picture shows Alfie Cheyne enjoying all the attention from the ladies of Fintry WRI. Names L/R Gladis Cheyne, Aileen Auchnie, Carrol Henderson, Linda Gray, Lorna Milne, Maureen Sim, Sheena Leslie, Dawn Gray & Muriel Morrison.
Picture shows Nicole Bremner on behalf of the Turriff Rainbows handing over the Shoe Boxes to the Romanian Appeal representative Sheila Shand. Looking on are the rest of the Rainbow pack with some of the decoratively covered boxes.
Pictured are the models from "Catwalkers" of Station Road Ellon. Names L/R Andrew Walker, Aileen Jamieson, Alison Walker, Julie Livingstone, Lil Watson, Arlene Stoker, Eileen Baird, Elma Reid & Michael Reid.
Cat Walker model Arlene Stoker dressed in a Classic Fashion Coat.
Cat Walker model Eileen Baird on the cat walk.
Picture shows Bill Gray's Doric Concert Party. Names L/R Hanna Beattie, Moira Stewart, Dod Murray, Bill Gray & Kevin Cheyne on the Accordion.
Picture shows Bill Gray performing a Bothy Ballad.
Pictured are some of the youngsters in fancy dress.
Pictured is the fancy dress winners best Boy and best girl. Names L/R Jack Allan age 8 and Natalie Milne age 6.
Pictured are the performers. Names Back Row L/R Paul Tierney, Raymond Morton, Elizabeth Daley, Laura Hay, Eddie Hosie, Nicol Mutch, Alice Fowls & Gerrom Pennels. Front Row dancers L/R Megan Swift, Daina Ransom, Nicola Auchnie, Heather Hay, Kimberley Todd, Nicole Cruden & Joanne Hosie.
Kathleen Hay with daughters Heather & Laura.
Picture shows Nicola Auchnie.
Picture shows James Parker setting off on his sponsored run from Busy Bees Play Group to Bennachie.
Malcom Corfield in the bath of beans in aid of charity for Kids with Cancer. Helping him raise the cash for the charity is Tesco Colleague Anna Slobodozian.
Malcom Corfield in the bath of beans in aid of charity for Kids with Cancer. Pouring a can of beans over Malcolm is Rosie Cameron.
Malcom Corfield in the bath of beans in aid of charity for Kids with Cancer. Pouring a can of beans over Malcolm is Richard Brennan along with his grandmother Diane Gauld.
Pictured are some of the Parents and Children who helped out at the coffee morning. The group would like to thank Grampian Food Express Fyvie who donated the Butteries & Panckaes.
Pictured is the winner of the auctioned Giant Teddy Susan Edwards along with volunteer Bob Rae. Surrounded by other volunteers & Committee members Names L/R Lindsay Morrison Laura Adams, Robert Paton, Lynn Cruickshank, Colin Milligan, Jasmin Marks & Monika Crawford.
Pictured in the kitchen are some of the mothers who helped along with some of the boys who were serving and brigade leader Mike Henry. Names L/R Fraser Parker, Pauline Burnett, Mark Fraser, Karen Davidson, Audrey Fraser, Joss Masson & Mike Henry.
Picture shows L/R Muir Gregor (Drummer) & Elliot Gordon (Piper) at their Lucky Squares Win A Hamper stall.
Picture shows Turriff Swimming Coach receiving a fairwell gift from some of the youngsters from the club. Names L/R Alex Garvin, Beth Moir, Emilie Smiles & Lynn Davidson.
Colour Party Names L/R John MacKenzie Fyvie, Dave Fitsmorrice New Deer, Charlie Ligertwood Methlick, John Thomson Tarvis, John Cortley Turriff, John Exton Turriff, John Bowman Ellon, Jim McGillvary Macduff, Mike Gerrie Turriff & Eric Fowlie Oldmeldrum.
Colour Party on stage.
Picture shows Col.Rodney Windsor,CBE,DL making the welcome speach.
The Yvonne Milne Dancers perform a highland dancing routine.
Pictured is Sandy Shearer with friends Alistair Salter & Andy Coutts on the accordions.
Suzie Maryan of The Gables in Banff serving up her home made preserves & dips to customers Rosie Mennie and her daughter Susan Smith.
Ian & Suzie Maryan of The Gables in Banff serving up her home made preserves & dips at their stall in the Busy Bees Craft Fayre.
Arthur Braiden of Arthurs Crafts Turriff. Picture shows Arthur with a Pedestal Clock crafted from Ash.
Sheila Cairns of Ben Riach Crafts Turriff. Pictured is Sheila with her Knitted & Needlework goods.
Turriff Pipe Major Bill Hepburn & three other Turriff Pipe Band pipers perform for the audience.
Rev.Canon Stephen Palmer conducts the Service of Remembrance.
Turriff Pipe Major Bill Hepburn plays a Lament whilst the colours are lowered.
Winning team "Tennar Joe" with 98 points. Names L/R Neil Burnett. Presenting the team with their prizes is Kenna-Maree Moir of the playgroup to Joan Burnett & Tareen whyte. In total they raised over £290 on the evening.
Turriff Pipe Band lead the parade.
Colour Party on parade.
Turriff Air Cadets on the parade.
Turriff BB's & Scouts on the parade.
Parade turns into St Andrews.
Eric Rae lays a wreath on behalf of the Masons.
Rev Canon Stephen Palmer takes the Memorial Service with the colour party in the fore.
The parade heads back from the memorial.
Col R Windsor, Jimmy Scott & Ishbell Addison take the salute on the parade march past.
Onlookers Jimmy Scott's daughters.
Col R Windsor, Jimmy Scott & Ishbell Addison take the salute on the march past.
Col R Windsor takes the salute on the march past.
Remembrance Day Parade lead by the Turriff Pipe Band.
Turriff BB's Mike Henry with the BB's wreath.
Veterans on parade lead by Alan Campbell.
Helen Scott, Doreen Webster & Nancy Barron.
Picture shows Ramsay & June Tvedt celebrating their 40th (Ruby) wedding Anniversary. The couple who stay in Balmellie Street Turriff were married on the 14th November 1970 at the Moncrief Church in Alloa by the Rev McCall.
Pictures shows the flood waters in the haughs.
Turriff Golf Course Closed due to flooding.
High water level at the Deveron bridge.
Picture taken at the Turriff Scout fund raising Coffee Morning held in the Legion Hall.
Serving up the fancy pieces at the Xmas Fayre teas is L/R Emma Totten, Elizabeth Duncan and Heather Norrie.
Pictured at their stall "Lill's Creafts" is mother & daughter Lesley-Ann Geddes & Shannon Cruickshank.
Pictures shows Tylar Cocker visiting Santa with his parents Emma & Darren.
Picture shows the new Chairman of the Turriff Branch NFU. Names L/R Jean Arnott group secretary, Ron Dalgarno outgoing Chairman, Ian Taylor incoming Chairman and Ross Williams new vice Chairman.
Pictured are the youngsters from the St Andrews Good News Club acting out the Nativity Play. Names L/R Kerry Allan, Hanna Slater, Megan Thors, Zoe Clark, Lindsay Burnett, Christine Taylor, Elliot Bruce & Rachel Gerrard. Back l/R Callum Brown & Amy Burnett.
Pictured trying on a bracelet at the Jensu Jewels stall is Lauren Chambers. Manning the satll are proprietors Susan MacLellan & Jen Hay who were the organisers of the Christmas Fayre in Buckleys.
Picture shows L/R Nicola Cooper-Slorach of The Feith-Hill Candle Company. Along with her mother Edith Cooper at her natural hand made Beeswax Candle stall at the Buckleys Christmas Fayre.
Neil Burnett says farewell to Murdo on his last service at St Ninians by presenting him with a gift and flowers for Elaine. Looking on are other Elders who contributed with farewell speaches, tributes and a poem.
Murdo & Elaine Macdonald say farewell to St Ninians & Turriff and prepare to move to Bathgate High.
Dart boards in action.
Pictured with the event sponsor are organisers Gary Hepburn on the left and Scott Masson on the right. In the centre is the event sponsor Graham Alexander of A & M Builders. In all there were 62 entrants.
Presentation of signed shirt to team sponsor Saliem Chowdhury of the Moonlight Indian Restaurant. Names L/R Mike MacLellan, Saliem Chowdhury & Fergus Henderson.
Firefighter Mike Bremner presents a cheque to Lady Petersham who is the patron for Marie Curie Nurses for the North East. Other organisations who benefited from the Fire Stations Fundraising were The Cardiology Dept Turriff Hospital, Turriff Markethil Nursery, MacMillan Nurses & Dawson Court.
Photo shows the group at their annual dance.
Picture shows the Wedding Of Hazel Milne & Denis Leadingham both of 25 High Street, Banff. The couple were married at the Banff Castle with their reception later at the Banff Springs Hotel.
Cabaret Night Turriff Utd Social Club in aid of Relay For Life. Graham Baird & Paul Henry as the Turriff Blues Bros.
Cabaret Night in aid of Relay For Life. Graham Baird & Paul Henry as the Turriff Blues Bros.
L/R Carrol Allan & Ian Garden receive a cheque for £2271.06 from Stephanie Smith & Fiona Findlay who walked a total of 85 miles on the Rob Roy Walk, it took the pair a6 days to complete.
Picture shows the group who organised and served up on the day.
In the sensory room Layla Fowlie age 5 and her brother Joseph aged 8.
In the sensory room Layla Fowlie age 5.
Lee Trotter age 6 pictured in the Craft Room along with the puppets.
Caron Westmorland at the Family Placement Aberdeenshire Council Stall promoting the Foster Care Fortnight.
Performers line up. Front L/R Graham Baird & Paul Henry. Back L/R Adel Henderson, Liz Smith, Mags Summerfield, Edna Anderson & Debbie McTavish.
Names Front L/R Katie Allan & Donna Paterson. Back L/R Emma Murray, Amanda Allan, Kirsten & Lauren Nattress, Sarah Allan & April Smith.
L/R Amanda Allan, Sarah Allan & April Smith
Pictured at the fund raising event are in the front Duncan Guthrie Comic. Back L/R Robert Bartlett organiser, John McRuive Northsound 2 DJ & Gus Tawse the Joke Machine from Aberdeen.
Picture shows Banff & Buchan Ranger Jodie Rhodes talking to the group about the common nettle plant and all its uses.
Pictured is the Fyvie Netball Team. Front L/R Connor Bodden & Rachel Duguid. Back L/R Nikki Simpson, Cathrine Smith, Kerrie Still & Hannah Clail.
Easterfield Football team. Names front L/R Marco Bennedetti, Liam Hay & Morgan McLeod. Back L/R Jordan Lee Hay, Ethan James Lilly, Mathew Ford & Ryan McKenzie.
Picture shows Easterfield player Ethan James Lilly shooting for goal.
Fisherford v Easterfield Primary. Picture shows Easterfield player Ethan James Lilly celebrating the ball in the back of the net.
Fisherford v Easterfield Primary, Easterfield player Mathew Ford tries to retain the ball but Fisherford players edge him off.
Monquhiter Football Team Names Front L/R Kaitlyn Hadfield, Dean Cruickshank & Christopher Ransom. Back L/R Ryan Bowie, Scott Henderson, Michael Ironside & Nairne McAllan.
Action shot Rothienorman green bibs Catherine Locke makes a shot for the net defending in the blue bibs are Forgue players Victoria Bryson & Ben Duncan.
Names L/R Connor Shepherd organiser, Judges Edna Anderson, Kathleen Riddoch, Liz Dickson & Sam Terrel and the other organiser Daniel Astridge. In the background are some of the acts which were auditioning.
David Ironside retires after 45+ years in retail. Names L/R Robert Stephen presents David with a gift to mark his retirement. David Ironside, Elsie Ironside receiving Flowers from Mike & Myra Stephen.
Picture taken at the Korean War Vetrans Coffee Morning held in the Royal British Legion Hall.
Picture shows John Bell showing off a clock turned out of American Wallnut On his stall were items from Barometers to Pot Pourie holders.
Aberchirder Cubs & Beavers Cake Stall at the Craft Fayre in the Marnoch Hall. Names L/R Jane Michy, Gregor Michy, Kaine McNamee, Helen McNamee, Stuart McNamee & Liam Michy.
Jannet Leith from Bridge Of Marnoch with her Patchwork & Jams
Michelle Van Sittert at her stitch work stall.
Picture shows L/R Graham Neal Club secretary, Veronica Nicholson & Susan Neal Vice President.
Names Front Row L/R Bob Tough, Jean Greig, George Walker,Margaret Low, Margaret Club & Alastair Thom. Back Row L/R Stuart Ritchie, Dennis Harvey, Andy Club, Ron Jones & John Duncan.
George Walker receives the Club Champion Trophy from Margaret Low.
Getting Her face painted is Imogen Kewley age 2. Looking on is Donna Smart and Kristen Kewley. Artist is Brian Smart.
Lucky Key Ross Wood & Keiran Ritchie attempt to open the safe with the lucky key. Looking on is John Johnston.
Youngsters on the Bouncy Castle
On the Bouncy Castle slide Abbey Mitchell age 6.
Bullet Project Band - Members Logan Wooley & Robbie Farquhar on vocals Chris Lorrimer & Charlie Wilson on guitars John Shearer on bass guitar and Byron Wooley on drums.
Bullet Project Band - Members Logan Wooley & Robbie Farquhar on vocals Chris Lorrimer & Charlie Wilson on guitars, John Shearer on bass guitar and Byron Wooley on drums.
Bullet Project Band - Members, Logan Wooley & Robbie Farquhar vocals, Chris Lorrimer & Charlie Wilson on guitar, John Shearer on bass guitar & Byron Wooley on drums.
Strobe Flash effect
Pictured at the Tennis club open day Relay for Life event is in the front L/R Kieron Whyte & Diane Cooper. Back L/R Mary Duguid, Fergus Hermiston, Elsie Bruce & Moira Smith.
No150 Lisa Sloan from Banff.
Nicole Webster from Banff.
Lindsay Morrison from Turriff dancing the Sword Dance.
Alexia Chalmers from Auchterless dancing The Seann Triubhas.
Moira Stewart from Turriff singing.
Pictured is the presentation to the Bothy Ballad winners. Names L/R Gibson Ross, Hector Riddell winner of the adult section, Eion Taylor winner of the junior section receives a trophy from Judge Marlene Lowe and looking on was Robert Lovie.
Pictured Chieftain Harry Orlandi.
Turriff Pipe Band
Cheiftain Harry Orlandi leads the past Cheiftains along with Turriff PipeBand President Jimmy Scott.
Pictures are past Chieftains along with new Chieftain and pipe band President. Names L/R David Duff, Hamish McBain, Sir Peter Grahame, George Mearns, Bill Hepburn, Harry Orlandi New Cheiftain, Pat Gaul along with Turriff Pipe Band President James (Jimmy) Scott, Gibson Ross, Michael Roy, Bruce Ferguson & Robert Lovie.
Testing his strength is Innes Duncan looking on are Callum Duncan, Amy Anderson & Cole Faramont.
Turriff Band tune up Mandy Rae, Brian Cruickshank and Duncan Cruickshank.
Turriff Pipe Band Compete in the Grade Two Pipe Band Competition.