Local wrestler Jason Rotunda has got together with some of his fellow professionals to provide a fun afternoon for the family on Saturday, March 31, at the Fraserburgh Leisure Centre.
In aid of FISSH, tickets are £10 for adults and £5 for children - available in advance from the Fraserburgh Leisure Centre or at the doors on Saturday.
In the squared circle on Saturday, there will be a four-man knock-out competition, a tag team competition, with demonstrations by the wrestlers.
Get down and see how the professionals do it, and get a chance to join in!
This will also be the first chance for local children to have a go at the ‘Name the Flume’ competition, the winner of this competition will be the first one down the flume on opening day of the new swimming and sports complex, just off Maconochie Road.
It will also be the first chance for the children to vote for their favourite aqua runs for the new Fraserburgh swimming pool.
There are six runs to choose from!
To add to the fun there will also be face painting, tombola, and a bottle stall, as well as other things to take part in.
The plans for the new building will also be on show on the night.
FISSH recommends it as a great way to spend the first day of the Easter holidays, taking a trip to the Broch, seeing the new complex being built and going to the wrestling fun day.
Following consultations with local residents and community groups, Artist Carn Standing has recently shown his design for the statue that will hang in the building’s ceiling, titled ‘Spirited Angel’.
The steel and ceramic angel will have feathered wings made of coloured glass, aiming to provide a warm and embracing welcome to users of the new complex.
The construction of the complex itself is due to be completed by January, 2013.