Meets on an occasional basis.
For more information: Dave Torrance
Braemar Royal Highland Society
Meets Braemar Village Hall, 7.30 pm, third Thursday of the month all year.
Braemar Tourism Group
Braemar Village Hall
Situated on Mar Road, Braemar. Used for public meetings, social activities,functions and entertainment. Well equipped stage and wi-fi.
Castleton Hall Community Centre Association
Treasurer/bookings: Susie Farquharson
Braemar Third Age Lunch Group
Contact: Carole Paterson, Kathleen Kinsella
Braemar Book Club: Selena Hill,
Chapter Two: Susie Farquharson,
Dust Jackets: Mary Stark
Bowling - Carpet Crathie
Takes place at Crathie ’new hall’. Open nights on Tuesdays at 7.00pm - all welcome.
Contact: Jim Stark,
Bowling - Carpet Braemar
Castleton Hall, Mon 1.30 pm
Contact: John Kinsella
Bowling Club - Outdoor
Glenshee Road. Open April to September. Club night on Mondays at 7pm. Junior and Adult sections. Visiting bowlers of all ages and abilities are welcome.
Braemar Local History Group
Regular meetings 3rd Sunday of every month Sept - Apr.
Archivist: Roger Sudworth
Braemar Men’s Shed
Contact: Jim Stark
Braemar Snow Sports Club
Membership open to all. Children within village very welcome.
Communal gardening in the village.
Sundays 7.15 - 9.00 pm in Castleton Hall
Meets when suitable weather conditions prevail.
Community knitting group that uses knitting to raise awareness and money for local charities.
The Guide Sheiling on Broombank Terrace was demolished in Spring 2020. A fundraising campaign is in progress to rebuild a 28 bed facility for use of youth groups and the
Braemar Outdoor Group (BOG)
A BCL initiative working to maintain and enhance outdoor activities and access in the vicinity of Braemar.
Co-ordinator: Rhi Turner
Highland Games Centre.
Kindrochit Castle, Friends of
Contact: Pete Mulvey
Permanent courses at: Creag Choinnich; Linn of Dee
Wednesdays in the Highland Games Pavilion.
Contact: Marilyn Baker
Saint Margaret’s, Braemar
Scottish Country Dancing
Castleton Hall, Wednesdays, 7.30pm All levels welcome, no partner required.
Thursdays weekly at Castleton Hall.
The Braemar News Group
Keeping Braemar informed of what is taking place in and around the village via the Buzzard newsletter and the Community Matters leaflet.
Buzzard Editor: Liz Robertson
Traditional Music Club - Blaeberries
Weekly, 7.30 pm. Open sessions.
Ukulele Group - G7
Friday evenings from 7.30pm. Open sessions. All levels welcome.
Contact: Richard Baker
Walking for Health
Short, safe, social, local, low-level walks. Meet Mondays 10 am at the Mews.
Braemar Pop-Up Pantry
Open 3-4 times a week (times posted on Braemar Community Facebook
page). Situated on Hillside Road in old Highland Society office.
Social enterprise venture supported by Cfine. Everybody welcome.
Braemar Community Ltd (BCL)
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