Along with Banchory East Church, the church sponsors a youth programme within the town called Edge and Rock.
This programme aims to develop friendship and partnerships of secondary school youths.
The Douglas Hotel has a versatile selection of event spaces, with the ability to host up to 400 guests. The 44 acre site was donated to the city of Aberdeen in 1880 by Miss Elizabeth Duthie, which opened as a public park in 1883.
Duthie Park won the ‘Green Flag Park Awards’ in 2013, and is now home to an indoor garden experience called the David Welch Winter Gardens. Ellon Parish Church works actively in the local community, hosting weekly worship sessions and youth social groups.
The theatre regularly plays host to music and drama events, and focus on local amateur dramatic activities.
In addition to their theatre space, they venue also offers meeting and conference facilities, and art gallery and café. The historic Clatt church stands within the old graveyard upon the original site of the 612AD foundation.
Alan (23), who plays for Edinburgh Wanderers, was only rated fifth in the scrum halfs league this season but, following a fine performance in the final trial at Murrayfield on January 8, he was elected as a reserve for the Scotland v France international in Edinburgh last week.
One of the most famous concerts that Dalrymple Hall have hosted was The Beatles in 1960. Deeside Theatre, built in 1974, is part of the Aboyne Academy Community School, 29 miles from Aberdeen City.
The complex also compromises of a school, library and swimming pool. Dickson Memorial Hall was restored and refurbished in 2010, and is now a multi-purpose venue for the local community and business use in Laurencekirk.
His breakthrough came when, after 11 minutes of the second half gone, Ian Mc Crae was stretchered from the pitch and taken to hospital with cartilage trouble.
When Alan took to the field the home support gave him a rousing welcome as he trotted onto the pitch.