Social Groups

We have started these social groups for our members to meet other members within the club that share the same interests. Make new friends and try something new!


We are delighted to announce that ‘The Kippie Choir‘ are singing in the Music Hall at the Hint of Scotland Concert!

Kippie started these social groups for our members to meet other members within the club that share the same interests and we are so fortunate that Kippie member Morag Simpson has taken our Choir to the next level.
She would love if more people came along to see for themselves what great group we have! Come along this Thursday at 7pm!!!

In the meantime check out the link to Aberdeen Performing Arts to find out more about the concert.

Book Group
Book Group have chosen The Gathering by Anne Enright for their next book.  It won the 2007 Booker Prize. It was also the Irish Novel of the Year, and won the Irish Fiction Award. The next meeting will be on Thursday 5th March at 7pm.  All welcome to come along.

Table Tennis 

We have 2 tables in the Studio .
Equipment, rules and coaching for beginners are provided.
We play from 8.15pm on Tuesday .
The studio is also booked from 8.00pm on Thursday but we are short of numbers that night.
Any new players interested – please email or text Iain Clark or 07885270951) to let him know when you intend to attend.
The regular players communicate via a WhatsApp group so we know who and how many are coming each evening.



Hill Walking Group

The Hill Walking Group meet on the first Friday on every month. For further information, please contact

Our next walk will be Linn of Quoich and Clais Fhearnaig.
Map 43 Braemar & Blair Atholl.

Details: Friday 6th March. Park at Linn of Quoich car park map ref 119911. Walk back along road to Mar Lodge 097901 then track on right towards Lui Water. Turn right at junction 058924 then pass through Class Fhearnaig into Glen Quoich and follow river downstream back to car park.

Distance: 15k
Height 450m
Time 5 hours

Weather permitting this will be an extremely scenic walk, hopefully with snow still on the hills or even at ground level, so if you are planning on joining us bring plenty of warm clothes, gaiters and poles if you have them.

I have attached a couple of photos from our walk on Tuesday to give you a taste of the wonder of Scotland in winter.

Meet Banchory Golf Club car park at 8.30am.

ONLY let me know if you are planning on joining us on the walk.
Contact Kay Darbyshire in events