Cairngorms National Park - Highland Perthshire, Aviemore, Glenlivet, Royal Deeside

Cairngorms National Park. Welcome to the Cairngorms Park accommodation and holiday blog. On Cairngorms-Park.com you'll find the widest range of self-catering holiday homes, hotels, guest houses, B&Bs, hostels and caravanning/camp sites situated in the Cairngorms Park, from Blair Atholl to Aviemore, into Glenlivet and Royal Deeside. You'll also find details of all the villages and tourist attractions in the Cairngorms Park, information on active-, water- and snow sports, including every annual event and festival. Look for our definitive guide to the Cairngorms National Park's golf courses, places to eat and drink, the best nightlife, distilleries and other world class visitor attractions. Your Cairngorms Park holiday starts here!

Set against the spectacular backdrop of the Cairngorm mountains and ancient Scots Pine Forests, Aviemore and The Cairngorms National Park remains Scotland's favourite all year round visitor destination. Whether you're skiing, snow boarding, climbing, walking or just touring, you'll be doing it in some of Europe's finest and most spectacular National Park.

Friday, 26 November 2010

Saturday 27th November 2010 - Skiing and Boarding Conditions in the Cairngorms National Park


Glenshee Ski and Snowboard centre - -Dink Dink Poma, Plastic Slope Poma, Sunnyside Poma 1, Sunnyside Poma 2 All expected to open.  Sunnyside has good cover with fresh powdery snow. The Dink dink is running for beginners. Saturday weather - Snow showers at first but these will die out to leave a mainly dry day with bright intervals Winds will be light Easterly.

Lecht Ski and Snowboard Centre - ACCESS ROAD CURRENTLY BLOCKED new snow on all runs. Eagle, Osprey, Grouse, Robin, Wren and Buzzard complete good cover of new snow. They hope to be open for snow sports and should we get the access roads open. Please check with the centre before setting off.

Cairngorm Mountain Ski and Snowboard Centre – SNOW CLEARING WILL BE REQUIRED BEFORE OPENING. 6-8 cm of fresh over night is giving excellent skiing and boarding, 8 inches of powdery drifted snow across the Cas side, White Lady & M1.  The Lady and M1 are offering great sport but care is required as rocks are lurking under the fresh snow. M2 and Day Lodge pistes have awesome powder if you can see where you are going!!  Ptarmigan Tow, M1 Poma and the train for uplift Saturday Weather Northerly 15-25mph. Clusters of heavy snow showers at times constant for 2-h hours. Varied cloud cover. Visibility poor in snow showers. Temp @900m -6C.

For Piste Maps, booking accommodation and other info check - www.cairngorms-park.com/activities/Winter-Sports/

More New Year and Christmas Deals in the Cairngorms National Park

We have more Cairngorms-Park festive deal for you. Below are some more of the deals and offers till to be had in the Cairngorms National Park over the Christmas and New-year holidays.  For more information check our deals widget on our home page www.Cairngorms-Park.com.



Holiday Lodges @ Old Faskally

Short breaks are available for min 4 nights, 2 person from £300 and £400 respectively, and 4 person from £350 and £450.

 

Cluny Mains in Laggan

5 day break at Christmas now just £865 !!!"

 

The Shelter Stone, Aviemore Village

Christmas at The Shelter Stone......must depart Dec 30th so can offer 7 nights accommodation between the 19th - 30th Dec for £1500 or short breaks at £350 per night..min 3 nights over Christmas period.

This price is for 12 people and includes all heating, electricity, bedlinen and towels.

 

Inshriach House near Aviemore luxury house

Christmas or New Year, up to 17 people, one week £3500

 

Loch Kinord Hotel

Relax, unwind and get away from the hustle and bustle - enjoy the peace, tranquility and beauty of Royal Deeside at Loch Kinord Hotel,

Christmas Breaks 2010

3 nights dinner bed and breakfast including Christmas Lunch

and light evening buffet on the 25th.

Standard room £255 per person ● Superior Room £275 per person

2 night package £175 standard ● 2 night superior £195

4th night free B&B if taking 4 course dinner in restaurant.

New Year Breaks 2010-11

nights dinner bed and breakfast including a Champagne

dinner, Piper and Scottish music featuring the fantastic voice

of Pandy Arthur and fireworks at midnight on the 31st.

Standard room £295 per person ● Superior Room £325 per person

2 night standard room £200 ● 2 night superior £225

4th night free B&B if taking 4 course dinner in restaurant

 

Applegrove Cottage, Boat Of Garten.

Sleeps 4. Centre of village. Large garden. Available 21st to 28th December. £400.

 

Broomieknowe Cottage, Dulnain bridge.

Sleeps 4. Edge of village. Available 31st December on. £400.

 

Glencanisp, 190 Grampian Road, Aviemore.

Available over the Christmas period, Wednesday 22nd  to Tuesday 28th.

Deals starting from £550 for 3 night stay within these dates. Extra nights at £150 per night.

Thursday, 25 November 2010

Festive Deals in the Cairngorms National Park

For some festive fun, why not book a holiday in the Cairngorms National Park. Not sure where to go? Well look no further, we have some great deals, from luxury Hotel breaks to Self-catering wood lodges 7 nights stays. We have deals for wine and dine breaks in Royal Deeside Green Inn, or 4 Star houses in Aviemore where you can take advantage of the great early snow conditions.  Below are some of the deals and offers till to be had in the Cairngorms National Park over the Christmas and New-year holidays.  For more information check our deals widget on our home page www.Cairngorms-Park.com.

Crerar Craiglynne Hotel, Grantown on Spey
25th November - 22nd December
27th December - 29th December
Twin/Double £59.00 bed and breakfast per room, per night
Single £34.50 bed and breakfast
23rd December x 4 nights Festive break £199.00pp dinner bed and breakfast
30th December x 3 nights New Year Break £249.00 Dinner bed and breakfast + hogmanay entertainment

3 Knocks Cottages – Christmas Special
We have 18th-27th December available at 3 Knocks Cottages. We can be flexible according to requirements within that period.

Tigh na Coille, a self catering for 6 people in Nethybridge available Christmas and New Year
Due to a cancellation, we have Tigh na Coille, a self catering for 6 in Nethybridge available for both Christmas and New Year at the moment. Christmas week price is £600, New Year week is £700. These prices include all linen, towels, electricity and a bottle of bubbly to help celebrate the festive season.

Culdearn House -Grantown on Spey
3 day Christmas Break - £430.00 per person inclusive of everything except drinks. - one room left
New Year break - 2 nights - £350.00 pp inclusive. Lots of space at the moment.

Coire Mor Holiday Home in Kingussie near Aviemore
Coire Mor Holiday Home in Kingussie have some weekend lets available -
Self catering accommodation for 12 people Weekend lets from £350

Schoolhouse, Ballater Royal Deeside
New Year - Due to a cancellation, Schoolhouse is available for hire for your New Year gathering! 2 nights minimum stay - a magical self catering venue for your family/group of up to 20 people  contact us for best price
Winter deals  Dates - 30 Nov - 31 March ( excluding New Year period)  Stay 1 night and get second night at half price  Stay 2 nights and get third night free Great discounts on stays of more than 3 nights

Craigvrack Hotel in Highland Perthshire still has New-year and Christmas Breaks on Offer –
December breaks -
Minimum 2 night stay B&B £70.00 per person to 23 December 2010
New year package
Minimum 3 night stay B&B PLUS included is our “Hogmanay Hoolie” - buffet dinner, bubbly, piper & entertainment with “Tapsalteerie” a traditional Scottish folk band.
Only £195.00 per person
Winter Blues offer
3 nights for the price of 2 from 3 Jan – 31 Mar 2011
£40.00 per night

The Green Inn Ballater, Royal Deeside 
The Green Inn Ballater, is offering a special 5 course tasting menu throughout December and we have one table for 4/6 available for Hogmanay.

Self-catering Aviemore Village, Cairngorms Close to the slopes
20th to 27th December available at 140 & 101 Dalnabay at a cost of £600 for the week.

Ericht Lodges Highland Perthshire Close to Glenshee Skiing
We do have availability for Christmas week 21st Dec to 28th Dec lodges from £330 details on our website. Ericht Holiday Lodges ~ Gateway to Glenshee and Cairngorm National Park

Kinnaird Self-catering Killiecrankie
Kinnaird Woodland Lodges, Pitlochry.  Christmas, Twixtmas and New Year breaks still available.  We are now accepting short breaks - see web site for full details.
Kinnaird House, Pitlochry.  Christmas, Twixtmas and New Year breaks still available.  We are now accepting short breaks - see web site for full details.

Old Stables, Highland Perthshire
Alyth - Romantic Breaks from £65.00 per per night  Based on 2 people sharing & minimum of 2 nights until early Feb 2011 Excl. Christmas & New Year.
Enjoy a romantic two night break for two from only £65.00 per night in our Superior Four poster  room with en-suite spa bath, shower cubicle etc. Bring your own wine. Glasses & wine bucket available.
Ski Special Offer Alyth, 30 mins to Glenshee. Self catering - Lairdie Lows Steading. Special Offer due to cancellation. Sleeps up to four. Two persons 2 nights. £99.00. Additional £10.00pppn for 3rd / 4th person. Available Christmas and New Year £80.00 per night. Min 3 nights.

Aspen Lodge, Nethy Bridge
Great value short breaks now available. See website for details

Lochan Mor Lodge, Aviemore.
Special Offer, take £100 off the week web price and £50 off the Short Break price on any remaining 2010 availability.












Saturday, 20 November 2010

Highland Folk Museum Newtonmore, Nr Aviemore

Newtonmore is home to the Highland Folk Museum which has just won an award for the “Best Visitor Experience” in Scotland.  All the entries throughout Scotland were assessed on layout, content, and interaction between visitors and staff.  The Highland Folk Museum excelled in all areas.  The museum is a one-mile long, 80-acre living history site.  Situated in the Cairngorm National Park, the site offers a combination of farmland, woodland, and open areas.  It portrays 200 years of Highland rural life, from the 1700s to the mid-1900s.  Collections on the site include several thousand agricultural items, as agriculture was the very basis for most Highland life; two thousand domestic items ranging from cooking to laundry, heating and lighting, and house furniture; a crafts, trades, and industries collection; applied arts, including silver and jewellery; textiles and costumes, which include tartan and hand-woven blankets; sports and pastimes, particularly shinty; archives and photographs; and the buildings themselves, which are a main part of the exhibit.  The museum runs all kinds of interpretation and activity programs, and also houses a shop, a café, picnic areas, and a playground.  This is an ideal day out for the family and a chance to get a real feel for the history of the Scottish Highlands.  Don’t miss this opportunity to enjoy an award-winning Highland attraction.  Visit goo.gl/ywAwy  for more information.

Monday, 15 November 2010

THE Cairngorm ski centre is being urged to use profits from a record season to pay back a £1 million loan from taxpayers.

 

The resort announced last week that a prolonged and lucrative winter helped it return a profit of £736,031 for the year ending 31 March, 2010, compared with a loss of £42,728 in the previous financial year.

 

The company said it now plans to invest in year-round facilities to help it counter the threat climate change poses to the industry.

 

But a conservation group believes it should put the money towards the loan given by Highland Council to help CairnGorm Mountain Ltd (CML), the resort operators, overcome previous financial difficulties.

 

Friday, 12 November 2010

The ski season kicks off in Scotland

The Cairngorm Mountain Ski resort plan to open this weekend for snow sports. Check www.cairngormmountain.co.uk for more info. The other two resorts in the Park the Lecht and Glenshee will remain closed for now.

 

Mercedes the polar bear was joined in her enclosure at the Highland Wildlife Park near Kingussie by her new companion Walker.

The 23-month-old bear moved to the park from Holland earlier this month, but the pair had previously only seen each other through a mesh fence.

Keepers wanted the two bears to get to know each other gradually before being put in the same enclosure.

Thursday, 11 November 2010

Enchanted Castle Royal Deeside

Experience an enchanting evening in beautiful Royal Deeside featuring a stunning display of light and sound installations and trails at one of Scotland's most popular visitor attractions. Crathes Castle, its award winning walled garden and estate will be transformed for three nights only into a winter wonderland with cutting edge light and sound technology creating stunning choreographed effects, moods and backdrops that will appeal to all age groups.


This evening walk will be combined with a host of enchanted themed attractions and events including;     Storytelling sessions for children and adults, Fire breathers and jugglers, Childrens Enchanted craft activities with Arting Around, Royal Deeside Larder-Food Producers Marquee, The Magic Zone, Crathes Christmas Shop, Fantastic Prize Competition with Carlton RS... plus many more

Tickets are available in advance only, as tickets will not be on sale at the event. Please note that entrance to these events are on a first come first basis. Timings are indicated on the signs which you will see on arrival.
The Enchanted Castle is a sequel event following the sell out success of the Enchanted Glen which took place in 2008 at the GlenTanar Estate in Aboyne.

The Enchanted Castle is an evening event open on 10th, 11th and 12th December from 5.00pm until 10.00pm. Depending if you take part in some of the events listed and how quickly you want to walk round the average duration at the Enchanted Castle should be at least two hours but please feel free to stay with us until closing time. Please note that Crathes Castle and estate will be open to the public through the day as normal but will close at 4pm.  In order that visitors have an enjoyable experience only a limited amount of tickets have been made available for each evening and once these tickets are sold out no further allocation will be made available.

Tickets can be purchased in advance only from Aberdeen Box Office, Union Street, Aberdeen. Tel 01224 641122 or www.boxofficeaberdeen.com - Saturday Evening Sold Out

For more info..

Keep it local

CAIRNGORMS National Park Authority will tomorrow decide whether to grant planning permission to two work camps associated with the construction of the controversial Beauly-Denny power line.

Balfour Beattie Utility Solutions has applied for consent for temporary compounds at Dalwhinnie and Spey Dam, Laggan, close to the proposed 400kV overhead line route. The Dalwhinnie development will be the main compound for the route’s central section from Fort Augustus to Tummel, while the Spey Dam site will be a satellite compound.

Permission is being sought for five years, initially.


Why don't they use local accommodation providers?

Wednesday, 3 November 2010

Polar Pairs at Kincaig

A young male polar bear being brought to Scotland will be part of a park's future plans to breed the animals. Walker is due to arrive at the Highland Wildlife Park at Kincraig from Rhenen Zoo on Friday. The site in the Cairngorms Park is already home to Mercedes, a female too old to be included in the proposals to raise cubs. Mercedes is the only polar bear in the UK. An extension has been added to her enclosure so the two animals can be managed separately before later getting access to the same area.

Walker will eventually be moved to a new enclosure. The current polar bear enclosure at the Highland Wildlife Park spans four acres and has a natural pool and tundra-like environment. In preparation for Walker’s arrival, a specially designed natural extension has been added to the enclosure, which will allow keepers to initially manage Walker and Mercedes separately. The bears will be gradually introduced to each other with a view to them living together, with both having permanent access to the whole facility.

Although polar bears are generally solitary animals that are happy being alone, they have an excellent memory. Mercedes has been with other bears before so we are expecting the introduction to go fairly smoothly. Walker will not reach sexual maturity for at least another three years so should present no threat to Mercedes – being a teenager he will no doubt have a cheeky side, but we expect him to see Mercedes as a mother figure having been recently separated from his own mother. In the future, Walker will be moved to a new enclosure on the other side of the park and will be our future breeding male.

Some great Cairngorms National Park images take by Bill Lockhart




When one thinks of Scotland, one usually conjures up thoughts of mountains and barren terrain, hills filled with bracken and heather.  But there is another Scotland, still preserved in a few forests.  The country is now trying to restore the once prolific forests that disappeared when occupied by settlers.  What a joy it was to find this forest along the edges of Loch An Eilein.  Just knowing that some of these old trees are more than 400 years old touched me.  I could feel them in the mist – speaking to my heart and uplifting my soul.

http://www.bill.lockharts.com/blog/a-walk-through-an-enchanted-forest/

Monday, 1 November 2010

What's on Aviemore and Cairngorms November

For your Eco E copy paste check out the whats on Cairngorms Park.





Monday 1st November
 Festive Entertainment - Carrbridge Hotel. Christmas 4-course meal from 6-7.30pm, £15/£7.50. Entertainment with Alfie from 8.30pm.

Tuesday 2nd November
 Charity Race Night - Carrbridge Hotel. Includes 3-course meal from 6-7.30pm, £15 - 1st race starts 8.30pm.

Wednesday 3rd
 Murder Mystery Dinner Dance - Carrbridge Hotel. Dinner 6-7.30pm followed by live entertainment. £15/£7.50.
 Kincraig Winter Talk - Cairngorm Christian Centre, Kincraig. The future of red squirrels by Juliet Robinson. In aid of Kiwoko Hospital in Uganda. 7.30pm. Free, donations welcome.

Thursday 4th
 Ceilidh Night & Highland Feast - Carrbridge Hotel. Highland dancers, Scottish country dancers & ceilidh band. Buffet from 7pm, stovies at 10pm, £15/£7.50.
 Creative Cafe: Book Binding Workshop - Abernethy Parish Church Hall, Nethy Bridge. Ladies night out with homebaking & hot drinks & create a gift book in our Book Binding workshop. 7-8.30pm, £5, T: 01479 821512.

Friday 5th
 Fireworks Display - War Memorial Field, Kincraig. Fireworks display, bonfire, BBQ & raffle. 6.15pm. FREE.
 Guy Fawkes Night with Fireworks - Cairngorms Hotel, Aviemore. Fireworks, BBQ & gluhwein. 7.30pm.

Saturday 6th
 Inflatable Fun Factory - Macdonald Aviemore Resort. 4-8pm, £5 over 5s, £3 under 5s, adults FREE with children.
 Fireworks Display - Macdonald Aviemore Resort. Display by the award winning Blast Design. 6pm. FREE.
 Galliard Wind Ensemble - Boat of Garten Community Hall. Presented by The Osprey Music Society. 7.30pm, £14/£12/£5/£2. For tickets T: 01479 831213.    
 Aviemore Ceilidh Dance - Aviemore Village Hall. Ceilidh Dance to Archie MacPhee. 8pm - midnight, £4.
 Live Music - Royal British Legion, Grantown-on-Spey. Live music with Alan Kingsland, 9.30pm.
 Guest DJ Gary Beck - The Vault Nightclub, Aviemore, 10.30pm-3am.

Sunday 7th
 Goose Roost-Watch - Loch Garten Osprey Centre Car Park. Come well wrapped up to await the arrival of up to 1,000 greylag geese. 4-5pm. FREE. T: 01479 821409
 Silver Screen Cinema Cafe - Ord Ban Restaurant Cafe, Rothiemurchus. Showing Genevieve, £10 including popcorn & ice-cream at interval. 7.30pm, T: 01479 810725.
 Karaoke - Cairngorm Hotel, Aviemore. 9.30pm

Monday 8th
 Winter Illustrated Talk with Elizabeth Carmichael - Boat of Garten Community Hall. I met a traveller from an antique land... Gods, kings, ritual & religion in ancient Egypt. 7.30pm, £4.50.

Saturday 13th
 Cairngorm Ski Clubs Snow Sports Equipment Sale - Dalfaber Golf & Country Club, Aviemore. 9am-2pm goods in, £2 per sheet of goods. Sale 3.30-5.30pm. Unsold goods must be collected by 8.30pm, 15% commission to CSC. £1/50p. T: 01463 731343 www.cairngormskiclub.co.uk
 Church of Scotland Christmas Fair & Coffee Morning - Talla nan Ròs, Kingussie. 10am-12.30pm.
 Cairngorms Farmers Market - Grantown Primary School, Grantown-on-Spey. 10am-3pm.

www.cairngorms-farmers-market.com
 Football Match - Seafield Park, Grantown-on-Spey. Strathspey Thistle v Inverurie Loco Works, 3pm.
 Step-Dancing Workshops & Displays - Talla nan Ròs, Kingussie. Step Dance Workshop, as featured on DVD, with Dannsas Caroline Reagh and Sandra Robertson 34pm. FREE. To book T: 0797 1231238 or E: lyn@lynmcnicolpr.co.uk
 Live Music - Royal British Legion, Grantown-on-Spey. Live music with Alfie, 9.30pm.

Sunday 14th
 Goose Roost-Watch - Loch Garten Osprey Centre Car Park. Come well wrapped up to await the arrival of up to 1,000 greylag geese. 4-5pm. FREE. T: 01479 821409
 Silver Screen Cinema Cafe - Ord Ban Restaurant Cafe, Rothiemurchus. Showing Pretty Woman, £10 including popcorn & ice-cream at interval. 7.30pm, T: 01479 810725.

Monday 15th
 Festive Entertainment - Carrbridge Hotel. Christmas 4-course meal from 6-7.30pm, £15/£7.50. Entertainment with Alfie from 8.30pm.
 Winter Lecture with Chris Carter - Grantown Museum, Grantown-on-Spey. The Silk Road, 7.30pm, £3.50.

Tuesday 16th
 Charity Race Night - Carrbridge Hotel. Includes 3-course meal from 6-7.30pm, £15 - 1st race starts 8.30pm.

Wednesday 17th
 Murder Mystery Dinner Dance - Carrbridge Hotel. Dinner 6-7.30pm followed by live entertainment. £15/£7.50.
 Badenoch Gardening Club - Newtonmore Lesser Hall. Mandy Mullender demonstrates ideas for 'Winter Floral Arrangements'. 7.30pm, non-members £2.50.

Thursday 18th
 Ceilidh Night & Highland Feast - Carrbridge Hotel. Highland dancers, Scottish country dancers & ceilidh band. Buffet from 7pm, stovies at 10pm, £15/£7.50.
 Creative Cafe: Felting Workshop - Abernethy Parish Church Hall, Nethy Bridge. Ladies night out with home baking & hot drinks & create a Christmas gift in our Felting workshop. 7-8.30pm, £5, T: 01479 821512.

Friday 19th
 Children in Need Fundraiser - Dalfaber Golf & Country Club, Aviemore. Disco, fun & games, 7-11pm.

Saturday 20th
 Live Music - Royal British Legion, Grantown-on-Spey. Live music with Alan Kingsland, 9.30pm.

Sunday 21st
 Kids Workshop - Talla Nan Ros, Kingussie. Refreshements available. Children's activities including making jewellery & cards, painting bird feeders & learning circus skills. 11am-4pm.
 Silver Screen Cinema Cafe - Ord Ban Restaurant Cafe, Rothiemurchus. Showing A Hard Days Night, £10 including popcorn & ice-cream at interval. 7.30pm, T: 01479 810725.

Monday 22nd
 Penny Auction - Cairngorm Hotel, Aviemore. In aid of the Aviemore Floral Fund. Viewing of auction items from 4pm. Auction from 8pm. T: 01479 810233.
 Festive Entertainment - Carrbridge Hotel. Christmas 4-course meal from 6-7.30pm, £15/£7.50. Entertainment with Alfie from 8.30pm.
 Winter Illustrated Talk with Fiona Young - Boat of Garten Community Hall. Accept no limits: Why shouldnt a wheelchair be at the top of a mountain?, 7.30pm, £4.50.

Tuesday 23rd
 Charity Race Night - Carrbridge Hotel. Includes 3-course meal from 6-7.30pm, £15 - 1st race starts 8.30pm.


Wednesday 24th
 Murder Mystery Dinner Dance - Carrbridge Hotel. Dinner 6-7.30pm followed by live entertainment. £15/£7.50.

Thursday 25th
 Ceilidh Night & Highland Feast - Carrbridge Hotel. Highland dancers, Scottish country dancers & ceilidh band. Buffet from 7pm, stovies at 10pm, £15/£7.50.

Friday 26th
 'The Farndale Avenue Housing Estate Townswomen's Guild Dramatic Society Murder Mystery' - Grantown Grammar School, Grantown-on-Spey. The Grantown Players perform a 2 act comedy by David McGillivray & Walter Zerlin Jnr. 7.30pm, tickets £6/£4 from The Bookmark, Grantown-on-Spey. T: 01479 872455.
 Grantown Society Meeting & Talk - Grant Arms Hotel, Grantown-on-Spey. Talk from Alasdair Laing of Logie Estates Estate Management in the 21st Century .  7.30pm.

Saturday 27th
 Christmas Craft Fair - Inverallan Hall, Grantown-on-Spey. Arts & craft stalls. 10am-1pm. FREE. adam@adamwalker-parker.co.uk
 Football Match - Seafield Park, Grantown-on-Spey. Strathspey Thistle v Nairn County, 3pm.
 1950 s Rock n Roll Dance - Kincraig Community Hall. Including diner delights & dancing demos! 7.45pm £10/£12/£15. Tickets from Kincraig Stores T: 07974689651.
 Live Music - Royal British Legion, Grantown-on-Spey. Live music with Shane, 9.30pm.

Sunday 28th
 Silver Screen Cinema Cafe - Ord Ban Restaurant Cafe, Rothiemurchus. Showing Life is Beautiful , £10 including popcorn & ice-cream at interval. 7.30pm, T: 01479 810725.

Monday 29th
 Winter Lecture with Hendy Pollock - Grantown Museum, Grantown-on-Spey. Rails to Grantown , 7.30pm, £3.50.

Tuesday 30th
 St Andrew s Day Beer & Whisky Tasting - Cairngorms Hotel, Aviemore. Beer & whisky tasting in association with Cairngorm Brewery. 4.30-6.30pm, FREE. T: 01479 810233.
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