There’s plenty to do this weekend in Fraserburgh and district.
Here’s a list of what’s on and where. If you’re going to any of these events, please take some pictures and send them to us at email@example.com.
Friday, April 4:
‘The Journey to Gothenburg’, a play on the 27 hour round trip of a group of fans to support Aberdeen Football Club to play Real Madrid for the European Cup Winner’s Cup in 1983. Tickets are £9 or £7 concession, and available from Londis, New Pitsligo. Showing at New Pitsligo Public Hall at 7:30pm.
‘Fa Kilt the Macaroni Loon?’ is a murder mystery dinner being hosted at the Ban-Car Hotel, Lonmay. Tickets are cost £30 and are available from the Ban Car Hotel or by phoning 07891 478973 or 01779 821849. Arrive at 6:30pm for a 7pm start.
Fraserburgh Parkinson’s Support Group is holding a quiz night at the Fraserburgh Leisure Centre. 7pm for 7.30pm start. £10 for teams of four. Contact 01346 516852 or 07913995774.
Saturday, April 5:
Daffodil tea at Macaulay Hall, 11:30am to 2pm.
Beach clean up at 10am with the Aberdeenshire Council Ranger Service, part of Scotland’s National Spring Clean.
Fraserburgh Lifeboat’s Easter fundraiser, running from 10am to 12pm at Fraserburgh’s Old Parish Church Centre. Entry to the coffee morning is £2 for adults and £1 for children.
Sunday, April 6:
‘Willie the Wicked Wolf’, a puppet show with a new take on the classic tale of the wolf trying to eat granny. Tickets are £5 or £17 for a family (admits four, max two adults), available from Londis, New Pitsligo. Showing at New Pitsligo Public Hall at 3pm.