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Restoration project sees closure of Aden Courtyard


By David Porter

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As part of the Aden Restoration and Redevelopment National Lottery Heritage Fund project (NLHF) the Aden Courtyard will be closed from Monday, January 11 until further notice it has been confirmed.

Plans for the development of the Courtyard at Aden Park mean the area is now closed off.
Plans for the development of the Courtyard at Aden Park mean the area is now closed off.

The plans include a range of improvements including improved access, resurfacing, path works, the installation of a new canopy and the opening up of the ground floor of the Coach House to develop an interactive interpretation, education and activity area.

At present the café, museum and shop are closed, however when they are allowed to reopen there will be access to them.

There will also be access to the nearby Mansion House.

Updates regarding the opening of the courtyard will be posted on the Aden Park facebook page.

It was also confirmed this week that Ellon Castle Gardens will be closed until further notice in view of the current lockdown restrictions.


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