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AIYF: Fun for all the family!

This year’s Aberdeen International Youth Festival runs from 28 July to 5 August, offering a diverse blend of everything from visual arts to music and performance over eight days. AIYF started out back in 1973 as an orchestral event, but now includes all forms of performing art with plenty to see in the city and…

Stick your oar in

Rowing is one of many Olympic sports that is so elegant in its execution and so mastered by its world-class competitors, it compels you to give it a try and, quite erroneously, convinces you that it is going to be easy. If you are fortunate enough to live in Aberdeen, participating should not present a…

Discover inspirational interiors in an award winning showroom

The arrival of summer may mean a holiday in warmer climes, but if you’re planning a staycation, now might be the perfect time to plan the kitchen, bathroom or bedroom renovation you’ve been dreaming about. The summer months are a great time to get ahead if you would like to complete your renovation before Christmas…

Enjoy a day out at Eden Watermill

We’ve just discovered the best reason to take a trip up towards Banff. The picturesque Eden Watermill, just off the A947, offers a delightful combination of locally made high quality craft, gifts and a great little tearoom in the working watermill. You’ll find hand-crafted glassware, jewellery, woollens and textiles all made in Scotland. Elaine, Eden…

Beyond Lettuce

Eat on the Green’s Craig Wilson, The Kilted Chef  offers some tips for summer salads. Salads are great for eating indoors or al fresco, but there’s a lot more you can do than chopping up an iceberg lettuce. We grow mizuna, mustard frill and oak leaf lettuce mixed with edible flowers in the restaurant’s polytunnel,…

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