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.
5th - 20th April 2014, Dumfries & Galloway:
Crossmichael & Parton Parish Church near Castle Douglas are launching ‘Victorian Tearoom and History Tours’.
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.
24th January - 30th April 2014, Aberdeenshire:
A range of individual craft workshops, including jewellery making, straw work, bead work, crochet, knitting and decoupage.
10th May 2014, Glasgow:
This exciting event is in aid of the St Andrews Hospice and the Glasgow Biomedical Research Centre.
18th May 2014, Edinburgh:
This is your chance to take up a unique challenge to abseil 165ft SAS style (ie freefall) from the Forth Rail Bridge onto the beach below.
19th May 2014, Aberdeen:
As the independence referendum draws ever closer, George Galloway will be passionately putting his case forward for Scotland to remain part of the United Kingdom.
22nd April - 27th May 2014, Inverness:
Screenprinting Evening Classes (Beginner/Refresher).
Relief Printing Evening Classes (Beginner/Refresher).
31st May 2014, 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.
31st May 2014, Lanarkshire:
Come along and join us as we enjoy a lovely sponsored walk or run around the beautiful surrounds of RSPB Baron’s Haugh.