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Cancelled events in Turriff, Inverurie and Ellon

By Kirsty Brown

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The following information is correct to the best of our knowledge (18/03/2020).

These lists are comprehenshive, but not exhaustive, and where possible it is advised that you check with the event organiser before heading out.

To keep up with the latest coronavirus stories on Grampian Online visit: www.grampianonline.co.uk/news/coronavirus/

  • The following one-off events will no longer be taking place as the result of either cancellation or postponement:

Gordon Art Exhibition, Inverurie (March 19-22, rescheduled for July 30-August 2)

Baillies Of Bennachie AGM, Inverurie (March 19)

Marie Curie Fire Walk, Banff (March 20)

Cluny SWI Bingo, Millbank (March 20)

Bram Stoker, Cruden Bay and Dracula with Mike Shepherd, Tarves (March 20)

Spring Ball, Ellon (March 21)

Coffee morning for World Challenge, New Pitsligo (March 21)

Soup and sweet, King Edward (March 21)

Coffee morning for Auchterless Residents' Association, Turriff (March 21)

Turriff RFC's first home game, Turriff (March 21)

Gordon Park ELC craft fair, Ellon (March 21)

Friends Of Neonatal bingo night, Turriff (March 25)

Haughs Improved Access Project consultation, Turriff (March 25)

Junior Pipe Band Concert, Turriff (March 27)

Men's Shed coffee morning, Aberchirder (March 28)

Easter coffee morning, Turriff (March 28)

Coffee morning for Down's Syndrome Scotland, Turriff (March 28)

Ellon RBL Women's Section coffee morning, Ellon (March 28)

Tree planting, Aden Country Park (March 29)

Seasonal opening of Grampian Transport Museum, Alford (March 29, postponed until May 3)

Ellon Active Travel Event, Ellon (March 29)

Movie afternoon, Turriff (March 29)

Seasonal opening of Insch Connection Museum, Insch (April 1)

Seasonal opening of Tarves Heritage Centre (April 2)

Family bingo night, Auchterellon (April 2)

Concert with Allan Taylor and Friends, Rothienorman (April 3)

Micheal Ball and Alfie Boe live cinema event, Ellon (April 5, postponed until mid-September)

Gaitherin, Alford (April 6-10)

Rotary Egg Hunt, Haddo House (April 12)

Age Concern High Tea, Inverurie (April 16)

Opening Of The Green, Turriff (April 18)

Beastie Trail, Woodhead (April 18)

British Heart Foundation quiz night, Ellon (May 2)

VE Day street party, Turriff (May 8)

VE Day celebrations, Aden Country Park (May 8)

How Many Left?, Alford (May 10)

Pitmedden Music Festival, Pitmedden (May 29)

Cornhill Highland Games, Cornhill (June 6)

Run Garioch, Inverurie (September 13)

Garioch Heritage Centre have cancelled all events planned for the next three months.

All events organised to take place at National Trust For Scotland venues have been cancelled.

All North East Arts Touring (NEAT) events and performances have been cancelled for all venues.

  • The following regular events will not be taking place for the foreseeable future:

Ellon Cinema, Ellon

Community Cuppa, Auchterless

Baillies Of Bennachie, Inverurie

  • The following groups have announced their decision to suspend meetings until further notice:

Cardboard Cafe, Ellon

Turriff And District Fiddle And Accordion Club, Cuminestown

Turriff Men's Shed, Turriff

Ythan Singers, Ellon

Rothienorman Community Bowling Club, Rothienorman

Auchnagatt SWI, Auchnagatt

Turriff Community Singers, Turriff

Inverurie and District Men's Shed, Inverurie

You can also read the latest news about youth organisations and church services here on Grampian Online.

  • The following venues have closed their doors for the foreseeable future to encourage their communities to stay safe:

Turriff Bowling Club, Turriff

Greenview Centre, Rothienorman

Victoria Hall, Ellon

The Murly Tuck, Tarves

Community Pavillion, Aberchirder

Banff Museum, Banff

Garioch Heritage Centre, Inverurie

His Majesty's Theatre, Aberdeen

Lemon Tree, Aberdeen

Music Hall, Aberdeen

Fyvie Guide House, Fyvie

All gated properties operated by the National Trust For Scotland have closed.

Public lets of school facilities have also been cancelled.

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