Other community events in Scotland - what’s on
Local events are important in helping to keep the community spirit alive and there’s a variety on offer - from club, society and community council meetings held regularly in village halls up and down the country to the likes of car-boot sales, farmers markets and one-off fund-raising opportunities.
23rd July 2014, West Lothian:
Enjoy a lovely evening out and watch the Games 2014 Opening Ceremony shown live from Glasgow on the big screen.
23rd July 2014, Trossachs:
Callander lies within the Loch Lomond & the Trossachs National Park, where the Highlands meet the Lowlands.
5th, 12th, 19th, 26th July 2014, Angus & Dundee:
Carnaby Market visits this lovely seaside town with an eclectic mix of traders, including collectables, crafts, kids stuff and fashion - vintage and retro.
26th July 2014, Moray:
A special Vintage Tea with entertainment, featuring Joyful Noise, a community group engaging local people across Moray in the Arts.
30th July 2014, Trossachs:
Scotland has almost 7,000 miles of coastline with 65% of the UK’s fish.
13th August 2014, Dumfries & Galloway:
The CatStrand acoustic Open Stage night has been establishing itself as both a great evening and as a hotbed of local talent.
16th August 2014, Perth:
The Jack & Jill Market is Scotland’s quality nearly-new baby & kids market.
16th August 2014, Glasgow:
With markets across Scotland, the Jack & Jill Market is the best place to snap up nearly new bargains for your 0-9 year olds.
17th August 2014, Aberdeen:The Cammach Charity Bike Run & Family Fun Day will have something for everyone.
24th August 2014, Glasgow:
The Yorkhill Walk is back and set to be even bigger than last year’s event.