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Tuck in at Summer Food Fest at Union Square

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Fraserburgh Super Saturday on July 9, 2016, at Saltoun Square and Broad Street, which featured the brother and sister act M2, namely Sarah and Duncan Whyte, who had people dancing in the street. The other big attraction was the climbing wall, which both adults and youngsters tackled! The theme of this month's Super Saturday was Get Fit Fraserburgh so healthy eating and fitness was to the fore, with demos from clubs across the district.
Contributed pics from Teresa McCallion, Super Saturday co-ordinator with Fraserburgh Development Trust Ltd.

Fraserburgh Super Saturdays

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VIDEO: Daredevil circus stunt performed for first time in Scotland

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The tours give customers a chance to go backstage and get a sneak peek into the inner workings of the theatre

Head along for a summer tour of His Majesty's Theatre

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The Wedding Singer wows Aberdeen audience

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Aberdeen set to honour Armed Forces past and present with parade

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Start the fans please! Crystal Maze back on our screens this week

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Made in Scotland showcase takes to the stage

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Famed for his politically incorrect views that sail so close to the mark, the show promises to render even his most seasoned of fans gob-smacked!

Bad boy of British Comedy Heads to Aberdeen

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Headline chef James Martin returned to the show after a 13-year break due to his live stint on BBC Saturday Kitchen.

Taste of Grampian cooks up biggest crowd on record

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Once more Into The Valley...

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Members of Fraserburgh Academys  2017 Schools Rock Challenge who sang and danced their way on Saturday to the Scottish finals.

There’s a lot of young talent in the Broch!

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Superlungs Terry Reid booked for Fraserburgh gig

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North-east names in Youth Orchestra

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09-08-2015. Picture Michael Gillen. LINLITHGOW. McEwan's Party at the Palace 2015. Sunday. Red Hot Chilli Pipers.

Red Hot gig promised for Chilli Piper fans

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Fraserburgh Super Saturday on July 9, 2016, at Saltoun Square and Broad Street, which featured the brother and sister act M2, namely Sarah and Duncan Whyte, who had people dancing in the street. The other big attraction was the climbing wall, which both adults and youngsters tackled! The theme of this month's Super Saturday was Get Fit Fraserburgh so healthy eating and fitness was to the fore, with demos from clubs across the district.
Contributed pics from Teresa McCallion, Super Saturday co-ordinator with Fraserburgh Development Trust Ltd.

Fraserburgh Super Saturdays

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Amazon launches 40 new channels

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Quiz: Can you tell the difference between Scotland and England?

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Councillor Ian Tait says the hall has always been important to him

Busy week for Junior Arts

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