Scotland

It is a 3-day festival of music and dance that will give teh spectators a glimpse of the rich culture of North East Scotland. Some of teh attractions include  pipe bands, folk music, a fiddle concert, jazz and a ballad bus tour. The opening event of a Scottish night with full traditional Burns Supper is another attraction.

Apart from the popular event of  'open village' on Saturday and the Gala on Sunday at Fyvie Castle, there will be commercial stalls selling local produce, and a family research centre that will remain open all through the day.

Apart from the popular event of  'open village' on Saturday and the Gala on Sunday at Fyvie Castle, there will be commercial stalls selling local produce, and a family research centre that will remain open all through the day.

Aberdeenshire
Friday, 29 August 2014
Sunday, 31 August 2014

Fyvie Castle, an impressive castle in the village of Fyvie, near Turriff in Aberdeenshire, Scotland dates back to 13th century and was the site of an open-air court held by Robert the Bruce, and Charles I lived there as a child. The ornate gateway of  Seton tower was erected in 1599 by Alexander Seton. Inside, the castle stronghold features a great wheel stair, a display of original arms and armour, and a collection of portraits.

Tuesday, 07 January 2014