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IT'S GOING TO BE A WHYTE CHRISTMAS!

THIS week Turriff's Citizen of the Year was crowned as Audrey Whyte at Turriff and District Rotary Club's Christmas meal. On being awarded the accolade of Citizen of the Year Audrey said: “I was totally shocked to be approached with the news … it was not in my mind at all to be bestowed such an honour. “It's humbling that people have taken time out to nominate me for such an honour. “Being appreciated makes it worthwhile.” A new system of nomination, through a form published in the (BI)Turriff Advertiser(EBI) proved successful with many more nominations coming in than in previous years. Community Service convenor…

Turriff Show

Sunday 2nd. Monday 3rd.August 2015 See separate listing under places to visit in visitor section

Turriff United Football Club

Turriff United are now members of the Scotads Highland League and for a full list of their fixtures and all…

Turriff and District Accordion Club

The Turriff and District Accordion club aims to encourage the playing and appreciation of traditional Scottish music particulary accordion and…

Gateway Painting Group

At the Gateway centre on a Friday there are usually two groups in residence. One consists of mothers and…

Probus Club,Rotary Club and Town House

“Turriff & District Rotary Club have moved location for their weekly meetings to the Royal British Legion, Turriff.  Meetings take…

IT'S GOING TO BE A WHYTE CHRISTMAS!

THIS week Turriff's Citizen of the Year was crowned as Audrey Whyte at Turriff and District Rotary Club's Christmas meal. On…

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Turriff and District – Jewel of the North East

Set in the heart of Aberdeenshire, with easy access to castles,distilleries, museums,a range of historical sites and the coast the Turriff area offers an ideal base from which to discover this lesser known jewel in Scotland’s crown. Excellent fishing, shooting, golf, and a host of other activities are available and there are beautiful areas for walking throughout the year. Reasonably priced, quality accommodation and a range of eating places offering traditional Scottish fare as well as international cuisine make this an area well worth visiting, be it for a weekend break or longer stay.