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.
25th May 2013, Perthshire:
Visitors to the Games can enjoy a full list of events including throwing the hammer, tossing the caber, putting the shot, tug o’ war, athletics, track and field events and dancing, plus side shows, trade and refreshment stands.
25th May 2013, Cairngorms:
The Osprey Festival offers a day of wildlife-themed activities celebrating The Year of Natural Scotland, our local environment and its wildlife.
25th May 2013, Glasgow:
An indoor market for nearly-new maternity and children’s items, where you’ll find everything you need for your little ones and all at bargain prices.
25th May 2013, Lanarkshire:
The Jack and Jill Markets are quality nearly-new baby and children’s markets across Scotland where smart Mums sell and save.
25th May 2013, Perth:
The Gallivanters are a five-piece ceilidh band based in Perthshire.
26th May 2013, Paisley:
Under the banner ‘Unity in Diversity’, Paisley’s annual West End Fair is being held in the attractive surroundings of Ferguslie Gardens.
26th May 2013, Aberdeenshire:
Climb up waterfalls, scramble through mud and test your endurance in this unforgettable six-mile adrenaline race.
30th May 2013, Glasgow:
Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland are holding a music quiz, "Aye Tunes", featuring music from the swinging sixties to the noisy noughties.
1st June 2013, Glasgow:
At Bellahouston Leisure Centre, you’ll find 60 stalls bursting with quality nearly-new goods, including books, clothes, toys and treats, plus a Large Items Gallery which needs to be seen to be believed.
The torchlight procession will mark the start of the West End Festival.