Traditional Highland Games - 2013 dates still not known.
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Highland Games 2014
Solo Piping, Highland Dancing, Heavy and Light Field Events.
A traditional Highland games with a full programme of field events such as athletics, heavy events, high jump, hammer, shot putt, weight over the bar, caber tossing and tug 'o war among others.
Gourock Highland Games has developed a successful programme of traditional events such as the Gourock Pipe Band Championship, West of Scotland Highland Dance Championship, heavy events and tug of war.
West Lothian Highland Games are thrilled to announce that we have secured the prestigious British Pipe Band Championships for West Lothian. The British Championships will be hosted in Bathgate for a three week period starting in 2014, some 24 years after they were last held in Bathgate.
Light Field, Heavy events, Highland Dancing, Solo Piping. Many trade stands Special Event: Scottish Tug O' War Championship.
The Carmunnock International Highland Games in the beautiful setting of Glasgow's last remaining conservation village brings alive the glorious tradition of Scottish athleticism and sportsmanship with a range of Highland games and activities for every age groups and tastes.
Highland Games in Blackford held in May.
Traditional day out featuring highland dancing, pipe band contest, solo piping, heavy events, running, cycling and drum major contest.
Traditional gathering in June each year on Ayrshire coast
Cornhill Highland Games will be held in Cornhill Playing Field, Cornhill, Aberdeenshire always on the 1st Saturday of June.
Helensburgh & Lomond Highland Games will be held on Saturday 7th June 2014 at the rugby playing fields at Helensburgh in Argyll, close to the bonny banks of Loch Lomond and the shores of the Gareloch.
The main highlight of the Shotts Highland Games is the Chieftain's Parade led by pipe bands marches through the streets of Shotts, arriving at the Hannah Park at for the official opening. Gates open at 9am.
The first Ardrossan Highland Games took place in June 1979 and have taken place almost every year since on the Second Sunday in June.
Set in the foreground of the Castle, this is an annual event steeped in heritage and tradition.
Traditional Highland Games with many interesting events like athletics, heavy events, dancing, cycling, children's activities and a pipe band competition. Duffus Park, Cupar.
Traditional Highland Games with pipe bands, tug o' war, athletics, heavy weights, children's activities and Highland dancing. Burnbrae, Milngavie.
Now into its 54th year, Aberdeen's Highland Games are an integral part of the Grampian Games circuit and delivered under the auspices of the Scottish Highland Games Association. The event opening times are 10.00am to 5.30p.m.
The biggest event in the agricultural calendar with an array of unique Scottish produce to buy.
This traditional Highland Games will be held in the Public Park, Tomintoul on 19th July 2014. The event will feature some of teh most popular highland games such as Running, Heavy Weights, Solo Piping, Light Field and Highland Dance among many others. All competitors need to pay an entry fee.
Scottish 4800 Cycle Championship, Trade Stalls, Children's Stalls, Food Stall's & Refreshment Tent.
Dating back to 1930, Oldmeldrum Sports were started by a committee of 6 local working men who pooled in a part of a week's wages to raise money to provide a Cocoa Fund for the children of Oldmeldrum.
The Highland games will have various attarctions such as RSPBA Pipe Band Competition,Heavy Events,Highland Dancing Display,Athletics, Slide shows and more. Ample fun and entertainmnet for all age groups. Free entry
Oldmeldrum Sports was started way back in 1930, when a committee of 6 local working men decided part with a week's wages to raise money to provide a Cocoa Fund for the children of Oldmeldrum.
The Lorne highland games has all the favourite elements of a good Scottish Highland Games including caber tossing and hammer throwing among others. The spectators will also have a chance to take part in the track and field events or just relax and enjoy the Highland Dancing Competition or Pipe Band Display
Massed piped bands, Highland Dancing, Open and Local Tug O'War.
Ceres Games are the oldest free games in Scotland.Heavyweight Events, Track & Field, Scottish Backhold Wrestling, Solo Piping, Highland Dancing, Pipe Band, Local Races, Fun Fair, Side Stalls and Beer Tent etc
Held annually on the first Wednesday evening in July, Kenmore Highland Games is an evening Highland Games held in a unique and beautiful setting, from 5.30pm in the Recreation Park.
Highland games bside the village overlooking Loch Tay. Charming and a very local, unfussy affair. Runs in the afternoon and early evening.
Enjoy a traditional day out with lots of games, highland dancers, pipe band, hill race, bungee run, splat the rat, pony show, farrier display, BBQ, home baking and many more!
A traditional Highland games including massed pipe bands, Highland dancing, tug oâ€™ war, athletics, heavy events, solo piping, grass cycling and a 10k road race. Adult Â£5, Child/Concessions Â£2 Tel: 01309 673289 www.forreshighlandgames.fsnet.co.uk
A day's show that celebrates local agricultural traditions and heritage
Traditional Highland gathering with heavyweight competitions, dancing, pipe band contests, trade stalls, a fairground and a vintage farm tractor and vehicle display.
The Coigach Gathering takes place near Achiltibuie on the beach