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Remembrance Sunday parade halted in Huntly but tributes to war dead will be laid

23 October 2020
Remembrance Sunday parade halted in Huntly but tributes to war dead will be laid

Remembrance Sunday parade halted in Huntly but tributes to war dead will be laid

23 October 2020

Remembrance Sunday in Huntly will not include the traditional parade to the war memorial but poppy tributes will still be laid by local organisations.


Huntly library closure rumour quashed as Live Life Aberdeenshire look to re-start services

21 October 2020
Huntly library closure rumour quashed as Live Life Aberdeenshire look to re-start services

Huntly library closure rumour quashed as Live Life Aberdeenshire look to re-start services

21 October 2020

Live Life Aberdeenshire say at this time there is no decision to close the Brander Library permanently or otherwise stop library service provision.


Drivers warned of overnight roadworks on A95 near Keith for more than a week

17 October 2020
Drivers warned of overnight roadworks on A95 near Keith for more than a week

Drivers warned of overnight roadworks on A95 near Keith for more than a week

17 October 2020

A £260,000 programme of resurfacing gets under way on the A95 at Rosarie, Keith starting on Monday night to create a safer and smoother road surface.


A Rhynie woman is walking across Scotland walk calling for communities to back the Digital Scottish Covenant to empower communities and instruct elected representatives of the need for change across society.

17 October 2020
A Rhynie woman is walking across Scotland walk calling for communities to back the Digital Scottish Covenant to empower communities and instruct elected representatives of the need for change across society.

A Rhynie woman is walking across Scotland walk calling for communities to back the Digital Scottish Covenant to empower communities and instruct elected representatives of the need for change across society.

17 October 2020

Diane Mathieson will trek 527 miles in the Long Walk to Freedom to promote to the Digital Scottish Covenant which aims to empower communities.


Insch set for an invasion of Scarecrows for second annual festival

16 October 2020
Insch set for an invasion of Scarecrows for second annual festival

Insch set for an invasion of Scarecrows for second annual festival

16 October 2020

The Insch Scarecrow Hunt begins this weekend - over 70 straw filled displays will be taking over the village and people are urged to look for them.


Huntly Rotary Club call off Christmas festival and the visit from the Cairngorm Reindeer pulling Santa in his sleigh due to Covid concerns.

15 October 2020
Huntly Rotary Club call off Christmas festival and the visit from the Cairngorm Reindeer pulling Santa in his sleigh due to Covid concerns.

Huntly Rotary Club call off Christmas festival and the visit from the Cairngorm Reindeer pulling Santa in his sleigh due to Covid concerns.

15 October 2020

A visit from the Cairngorm Reindeer pulling Santa in his sleigh into The Square in Huntly, supported by Huntly Rotary Club won't go ahead this year.


Hammer blow for Huntly, Turriff, Insch and Alford as TSB pulls out

30 September 2020
Hammer blow for Huntly, Turriff, Insch and Alford as TSB pulls out

Hammer blow for Huntly, Turriff, Insch and Alford as TSB pulls out

30 September 2020

Branches in Huntly, Insch, Turriff and Alford are to close following the announcement by the banking group that it is axing 73 branches in Scotland.


Huntly footballers are charity champions after 24 hour cycle and run marathon raises £3170

16 September 2020
Huntly footballers are charity champions after 24 hour cycle and run marathon raises £3170

Huntly footballers are charity champions after 24 hour cycle and run marathon raises £3170

16 September 2020

Two Huntly charities have each received £1585 following a 24 hour cycle and running marathon by members of Huntly Amateurs Football Club.


Artists in and around Huntly are ready to welcome visitors to their studios for final weekend of annual event

16 September 2020
Artists in and around Huntly are ready to welcome visitors to their studios for final weekend of annual event

Artists in and around Huntly are ready to welcome visitors to their studios for final weekend of annual event

16 September 2020

North East Open Studios visitors, on foot or virtually, will find a huge variety of different arts. Open venues have visitor safety measures in place.


Huntly diabetic duo send off coast to coast trekking buddies raising cash to find a cure for their illness

05 September 2020
Huntly diabetic duo send off coast to coast trekking buddies raising cash to find a cure for their illness

Huntly diabetic duo send off coast to coast trekking buddies raising cash to find a cure for their illness

05 September 2020

Pals, Kenny Wilson and Darren McWilliam were inspired to do a charity trek by Huntly youngsters, Annalise and Hamish Ogg who have type one diabetes.


Proud Huntly sister campaigns for Stonehaven rail crash hero to be honoured

20 August 2020
Proud Huntly sister campaigns for Stonehaven rail crash hero to be honoured

Proud Huntly sister campaigns for Stonehaven rail crash hero to be honoured

20 August 2020

The Huntly family of conductor, Nicola Whyte say they could not have done what she did to raise the alarm to get help for the derailment victims.


Huntly woman hailed a hero in rail crash aftermath

14 August 2020
Huntly woman hailed a hero in rail crash aftermath

Huntly woman hailed a hero in rail crash aftermath

14 August 2020

A woman from Huntly averted further tragedy on the line south of Aberdeen by raising the alarm following Wednesday morning's catastrophic rail crash


Huntly FC players and management go on the run to raise £1000 for two charities

03 July 2020
Huntly FC players and management go on the run to raise £1000 for two charities

Huntly FC players and management go on the run to raise £1000 for two charities

03 July 2020

Huntly FC players and management will be clocking up the miles in an 812 mile charity event to cover the distance from Christie Park to every ground.


42 year old charged in connection with violent attack in Huntly

27 June 2020
42 year old charged in connection with violent attack in Huntly

42 year old charged in connection with violent attack in Huntly

27 June 2020

Police cordoned off a residential area in Huntly for several hours on Friday evening following a violent attack which left a man seriously injured.


Guide dog is named Huntly in recognition of town's fund-raising for charity

11 June 2020
Guide dog is named Huntly in recognition of town's fund-raising for charity

Guide dog is named Huntly in recognition of town's fund-raising for charity

11 June 2020

A guide dog called Huntly is being trained to provide a vital lifeline to a sight impaired person as a result £5000 being raised in the town.


Strathbogie farming community take to their tractors to thank the NHS

10 June 2020
Strathbogie farming community take to their tractors to thank the NHS

Strathbogie farming community take to their tractors to thank the NHS

10 June 2020

A group of a dozen tractors driven by members of Strathbogie Young Farmers Club took to the roads to say thank you and raise cash for the NHS


Sporting boost for Huntly as bowls, golf, tennis and angling are back

03 June 2020
Sporting boost for Huntly as bowls, golf, tennis and angling are back

Sporting boost for Huntly as bowls, golf, tennis and angling are back

03 June 2020

Sports clubs in Huntly eased back into action last Friday following the easing of lockdown restrictions.


Huntly skips will reopen in June but by booking only

21 May 2020
Huntly skips will reopen in June but by booking only

Huntly skips will reopen in June but by booking only

21 May 2020

The recycling centre in Huntly will reopen on June 1 but people will have to book a slot online to drop off their waste to limit vehicles on site.


Huntly's crowd pulling food and running festival postponed as Covid-19 lockdown uncertainty continues

21 May 2020
Huntly's crowd pulling food and running festival postponed as Covid-19 lockdown uncertainty continues

Huntly's crowd pulling food and running festival postponed as Covid-19 lockdown uncertainty continues

21 May 2020

Showcase events, Huntly Hairst and the Room to Run festival will not go ahead this year due to the lockdown and Covid-19 pandemic uncertainty.


Huntly advice centre staff take a pay cut to keep going to meet demand for services during Covid-10 pandemic

20 May 2020
Huntly advice centre staff take a pay cut to keep going to meet demand for services during Covid-10 pandemic

Huntly advice centre staff take a pay cut to keep going to meet demand for services during Covid-10 pandemic

20 May 2020

A small team, on reduced wages at Huntly's advice charity, Gordon Rural Action (GRA) are handling more queries than ever due to Covid-19.


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