Posts for June, 2024

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  1. 9th July 2024

Grab your walking shoes and join us in a 5.2km walkathon benefiting the We are Water Foundation on Tuesday 9th July at 11am. Fill out the registration form via the QR code on the attached poster and make a minimum donation of £5 to take part. We would be grateful if you could highlight this event to your pupils, family, friends, and anyone else you think might be interested in taking part.

Our walks raise funds and help improve water sanitation for local communities in Tanzania and India. With your help, we hope to raise funds to increase awareness about water scarcity and help communities in need.

We hope you’ll join us!

Ian Bailey-Scudamore invites you to an informal drop-in featuring music and sumptuous videocam in aid of local good causes. Let your senses be soothed and invigorated as Ian improvises in classical and modern guitar style. Afterwards you are encouraged to leave a contribution in aid of Grantown Grammar School, Grantown Primary School and Grantown Health Centre Medical Equipment Fund.

Ian Bailey-Scudamore invites you to an informal drop-in featuring music and sumptuous videocam in aid of local good causes. Let your senses be soothed and invigorated as Ian improvises in classical and modern guitar style. Afterwards, you are encouraged to leave a contribution in aid of Grantown Grammar School, Grantown Primary School and Grantown Health Centre Medical Equipment Fund.

Regiments of Strathspey: from the Picts to D-Day. Talk based on his research by noted historian Steve Goodall in the main hall of the Strathspey Legion club, part of D-Day landings commemorations. Exhibition including D-day memories and handmade models & scenarios. Take in the exhibition from 7pm before talk at 7.30pm. Admission free but donations are welcome.

Art and Craft featuring local artists with a great variety of work including paintings, fabrics, photography, bird boxes, metal birds, cards and prints.

Naturalist Mike Dilger frequently does both! In this entertaining and informative talk, with clips from BBC’s The One Show, Mike reveals why filming wildlife is difficult and even more so when children are thrown into the mix!

Delivering the iconic routines of the much-loved funny man, Simon will have you in fits of laughter from Garlic Bread to his Misheard Song Lyrics. Simon really does have Peter Kay down to a tee. With his mannerisms, faces, and impeccable Peter Kay delivery, he will leave your audiences wanting more but don’t just take our word for it, I couldn’t believe it, after 5 minutes I thought I was actually watching Peter Kay.

We are planning a comprehensive drive of approximately 150 miles to show you the best of Highland Scotland, with mile after mile of quiet and scenic roads.

The Tour will start and finish at Macdonald’s Aviemore Resort. Bacon rolls and tea / coffee will be available at the start (kindly donated by Macdonalds) and the day will finish with an award ceremony and two course meal. The cost of the meal will be £25 per head.

We are grateful to our main sponsors, Arnold Clark BMW and all our other sponsors and supporters for their help.

The Tour will raise funds for Macmillan Cancer Support, Aquabox and the Rotary Club of Spey Valley Charitable Trust.

The Tour is open to all Vintage, Historic, Classic Cars, Modern Sports Cars and EVs and Hybrid Cars. Entries are limited to 60 cars.

There will be no entry fee for this day of fun and fellowship amongst like minded car enthusiasts, but all entrants are asked to raise sponsorship – minimum of £75 per car with funds raised going equally to the three nominated charities.

Entrants are asked to seek donations and sponsorship from friends, family, colleagues and business associates.

Please click Here to download details and Entry Form

If you would like more information or an entry form please email [email protected]

Come along for an evening of delightful food and vocal and instrumental jazz. Led by Neil Birse, ACMS pupils will take you on an exquisite musical journey featuring jazz standards, jazz/pop fusion, and improvisation.

Tickets: £15 (includes food)

‘Fit Ye Sayin Quine?’ finds Ava, seemingly alone, in her Grannies cottage on the north-east coast of Scotland. As Ava remembers long summer evenings spent listening to her Grannies stories, the line between folktale, memory and reality is blurred and some unexpected guests appear. Performed in Doric, Scots and English, this production considers the meaning of home and showcases Scotland through the eyes of its women.


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