Tour de Catterline 2015

Sep 5 2015 - 9:30am
Sep 5 2015 - 2:30pm
Tour de Catterline 2015


Tour de Catterline 2015 35 Mile Route
35 Mile Route
Tour de Catterline 2015 50 Mile Route
50 Mile Route

This not for profit event organised by locals, retains the usual format of having 3 suggested routes and distances.  It is a fun event for riders of all abilities, so whether you want a social ride, to encourage the kids out of the house, or just want to beat your neighbour – there’s something for everyone.

You have a choice of routes: 10, 35 or 50 miles.  This year we have extended the original route to make sure the distances reflect reality.  Maps will be available soon and on the day. We do not have signage on the route so please make sure you have a map with you.

Riders should arrive ahead of their start time at Catterline School.  Sign in is required prior to departure and when you get back so that we can confirm everyone is back safely.

The aim is to have everyone finish between 13.00 and no later than 13.30.  The finish line is at Catterline Harbour where hot soup and refreshments will be provided (& brazier!).

Start times will be every half hour from 9.30 and your choice of time will depend on the distance you are riding and the speed of your group.  Slowest groups should leave first and fastest last.  Typically groups leave at 10.30 or 11.30 for the 35 mile route and 9.30 onwards for the 50 mile route.  People entering the family ride may wish to leave 2 hours or so. Refreshment and a free go on the tree swing will be available at East Mains of Barras, ½ way round the 10 mile family route.  Please make sure children are accompanied by an adult.

For riders who are keen on competing with their neighbours, you are welcome to add miles to the route providing you return no later than 13.30.  For this particular type of rider there will be prizes for distance and speed (you know who you are!).

Entry is £10 for adults, free for children under 16.   All money raised will go to Kincardine and Deeside Befriending, a charity which aims to reduce social isolation and loneliness in older people. 

Award ceremony at 14.00 with prizes donated by Bike Remedy, Stonehaven


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Kinneff Village Hall Annual Summer Barbeque

Jul 18 2015 - 6:00pm
Kinneff Village Hall Annual Summer Barbeque
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Catterline Gala Bottle Stall

Bottle StallAll donations greatly received for the Gala Bottle Stall 

Please drop off at Mill of Uras Farmhouse or call and I will happily collect

Many thanks

Debbie Murray


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The Gala is Almost Here!

It’s the 25th Catterline Gala and we hope it will be the best ever.

Please join us for:

Family Quiz Night in the tent from 7pm-9pm on Friday 12th June

Teams can be made up as follows:

Teams can have a maximum of 4 adults. 

Teams that have mixed adults and children (age 15 or under) can be:

2 adults and children with maximum combined age of 35

3 adults and children with maximum combined age of 25

(Maximum combined age refers to children only)


Gala Afternoon from 1.30-4pm on Saturday 13th June, Catterline Park.


Stalls, games and activities for all. Teas, BBQ, bouncy castle. Pipe band and dancers. Special features are archery taster sessions, zorbing for children, a dog agility show, children’s cycle races and The Catterline Bake Off.


Bring your talented dog to try the agility course. Children, bring your bikes and helmets to enter the cycle races. Anyone can bring their favourite cakes or bakes for the Bake Off (£2 entry fee)


Catterline Gala Ceilidh in the tent. 8pm til late, Saturday 13th June. BYOB and enjoy dancing to The Reel McCoy. Tickets from committee members (see below)

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Fibre Broadband for Catterline?


Fibre Optic Broadband

I've heard a rumour that recent work at the Catterline exchange is the installation a new fibre optic connection. This is understood to be going live in the next couple of months, bringing super fast fibre optic broadband to Catterline. However, we wll still need to wait for more local cabinets to be installed before this will reach out houses. This is more likely to happen more quickly in cases where several neighbours collectively expressed a desire to upgrade.

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