Community events in Scotland - what’s on
Community spirit is strong in Scotland. Towns and villages all over the country take great pride in the events they host – as a celebration of friendship and true Scottish traditions.
18th April 2014, Inverness:
Join Historian John Sadler for the annual NTS/1745 association lecture.
14th - 18th April 2014, Dunfermline:
Come and visit our nursery and experience a day in the life of Castle View Nursery with lots of fun activities.
19th April 2014, Inverness:
Each year the Gaelic Society of Inverness has an Anniversary Service for the battle of Culloden.
5th - 20th April 2014, Dumfries & Galloway:
Crossmichael & Parton Parish Church near Castle Douglas are launching ‘Victorian Tearoom and History Tours’.
20th April 2014, Dumfriesshire:
Don’t miss a Car Boot, Bric a Brac & Curios Sale at the Kirkconnel Hall Hotel with all proceeds going to Cancer Research UK.
26th April 2014, East Dunbartonshire:
Come to Meadowburn Primary Car Boot Sale and bag a bargain at our car boot - or buy a pitch to make some money.
26th April 2014, Edinburgh:
Pedal on Parliament will be the third of our mass bike rides on Holyrood – and a fun day out for cyclists and those who’d like to cycle of all ages and all persuasions.
27th April 2014, Livingston:
The Jack and Jill Markets are quality nearly-new baby and children’s markets across Scotland where Smart Mums Sell and Save.
28th April 2014,Glasgow:
Calling all those with a group of enthusiastic friends, colleagues or family members they can captain.
24th January - 30th April 2014, Aberdeenshire:
A range of individual craft workshops, including jewellery making, straw work, bead work, crochet, knitting and decoupage.