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  Aberdeenshire Council - Community Planning
Ten public, community and voluntary sector organisations that provide services to the people of Aberdeenshire are working together as partners to make the area a better place.
We have recruited over 1200 residents of Aberdeenshire who agreed to be consulted regularly on matters of local concern.
The Aberdeenshire Regeneration Outcome Agreement (ROA) is a plan agreed between the community planning partnership and the Scottish Executive.
www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk /communityplanning/index.asp   (302 words)

 Aberdeenshire - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Aberdeenshire (Siorrachd Obar Dheathain in Gaelic) is one of the 32 unitary council areas in Scotland.
The present council area is named after the historic county of Aberdeenshire which had different boundaries and was abolished in 1975.
Aberdeenshire Council was established in April 1996, replacing three District councils (Banff and Buchan, Gordon and Kincardine and Deeside) and part of the area of Grampian Regional Council.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Aberdeenshire   (812 words)

 Encyclopedia: Aberdeenshire
Aberdeenshire may refer to two local government areas in Scotland: Aberdeenshire (council area), the modern unitary council, created in 1996 Aberdeenshire (traditional), the historic county that was subsumed into Grampian Region in 1975 Or Aberdeenshire (UK Parliament constituency) This article consisting of geographical locations is a disambiguation page, a list...
The historic county of Aberdeenshire (Siorrachd Obar Dheathain in Gaelic) was until 1975 a county of Scotland.
Aberdeenshire Council is planning a move to Inverurie, which will alleviate the 1 million annual cost of renting Woodhill House from Aberdeen City Council.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Aberdeenshire   (2830 words)

 Aberdeenshire Local Housing Strategy 2003-2007
Aberdeenshire’s LHS reflects these priorities in both the objectives for the strategy and the options for achieving these, demonstrating how these priorities are to be tackled at a local level.
Both the Aberdeenshire Energy Efficiency and Advice Project and the Care and Repair Project do attempt to address this issue and the Council is fully aware of the commitment shown by the Scottish Executive in its fuel poverty statement and to the provisions of the Housing (Scotland) Act 2001.
Higher than Aberdeenshire average (25.6%) and Scottish average (27.4%) youth unemployment is found in wards in Banff, Fraserburgh and the surrounding area, Longside, the area around Westhill, wards which include Ellon and Balmedie, Marykirk and the area west of Laurencekirk, and Kineff and the area to the south of Stonehaven.
www.lhs.scot-homes.gov.uk /links/link2/aberdeenshirelhs.htm   (6696 words)

 Aberdeenshire --  Encyclopædia Britannica
The city of Aberdeen is part of the historic county of Aberdeenshire but constitutes an...
village, on the Clunie Water (stream) at its confluence with the River Dee, that is the centre of the picturesque mountainous region of Braemar in the council area and historic county of Aberdeenshire, Scotland.
river in Aberdeenshire, northeastern Scotland, rising in the Grampian Mountains, flowing generally eastward parallel to and north of the River Dee, and emptying into the North Sea at Aberdeen after a course of 82 miles (132 km).
www.britannica.com /eb/article-9003330   (669 words)

 Hotels, Inns, Bed and Breakfast Accommodation Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, UK.
The KA as it is affectionately known, boasts a number of public areas for guests and locals alike to frequent, from the old and traditional public bar with its own real coal fire to the recently refurbished Garioch Lounge.
A 17th Century family house built on 15th century foundations, Pittodrie House is one of the most historic hotels in Scotland set in a 2400 acre country estate.
The public rooms, dining room and some of the bedrooms are furnished with family paintings and antique furniture - with log fires burning the atmosphere is of a welcoming country house.
www.databrowse.co.uk /hotels/Aberdeenshire/Inverurie.html   (330 words)

Census returns for Aberdeenshire are available for 1841, 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881, 1891 and 1901.
Records may also be accessed at local Registrar's offices in Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire.
Copies of parish registers for Aberdeenshire may also be consulted at the Aberdeen and NE Scotland FHS or at local history departments of the library services.
www.urie.demon.co.uk /genuki/ABD   (893 words)

Aberdeenshire, the country's sixth largest county, is situated on the north-east coast of Scotland flanked by Banffshire and Inverness-shire to the west and Perthshire, Angus and Kincardineshire to the south.
The county is famed for its castles, 17 of which are depicted on our map.
Aberdeenshire is one of our bigger kits, with a stitched area of 18 × 12½ inches (460 × 320 mm) and a stitch count of 244 x 170.
www.scotstitching.com /aberdeenshire.htm   (462 words)

 Aberdeenshire Scotland through time | Local history overview for the District/Unitary Authority
The modern boundaries of Aberdeenshire shown on 19th and 20th century maps.
Information about Aberdeenshire as a place, and other administrative units based on it.
Discover other units Aberdeenshire was related to, and how its boundaries changed.
www.visionofbritain.org.uk /GBH_match_page.jsp?ons=Aberdeenshire   (238 words)

 Aberdeenshire Council
Aberdeenshire has 208 km of unspoilt coastline offering stunning, often deserted, beaches ranging from long stretches of clean golden sand to dramatic rock and shingle beaches.
Aberdeenshire Council launched a new waste aware campaign this week to help make householders' recycling efforts even more effective.
A new beverage carton recycling scheme is being launched in Aberdeenshire this week.
www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk   (196 words)

 Search Results for Aberdeenshire - Encyclopædia Britannica
river in Aberdeenshire, northeastern Scotland, rising in the Grampian Mountains, flowing generally eastward parallel to and north of the River Dee, and emptying into the North Sea at Aberdeen after a...
village and gas pipeline terminal, in the council area and historic county of Aberdeenshire, on the northeastern coast of Scotland 5 miles (8 km) north of Peterhead.
scenic mountain of coarse red granite, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, south of the River Dee in the Grampian Mountains.
www.britannica.com /search?query=Aberdeenshire&ct=&fuzzy=N   (371 words)

 Aberdeenshire accommodation B&Bs, hotels, castles, self catering around Aberdeen Scotland
Whether you have already decided which places you want to visit or if you haven't a clue where to start, Scotland Made Easy will advise and take care of all the planning for you.
In addition to the Castle & Whisky Trails, Aberdeenshire is one of the richest areas for standing stones and ancient monuments - so much so that there is now a 'Stone Circle Trail'.
The country's association of activity holiday providers has many members in the Aberdeenshire and Grampian region offering a wide range of activities including hiking, mountaineering, skiing, cycling, canoeing, archery and lots more beside - you can even drive a tank if you want to!
www.scotland-inverness.co.uk /aberdeenshire.htm   (1717 words)

 Fraserburgh - Aberdeenshire Towns Partnership, Scotland
The Aberdeenshire Towns Partnership is a is a formal partnership between 3 public sector organizations - Scottish Enterprise Grampian, Communities Scotland and Aberdeenshire Council - delivering regeneration programmes across the five principal towns of Aberdeenshire, including Fraserburgh.
When the partnership was brought to Fraserburgh in 2000, the community decided they would like to play a major role in making things happen in the town so the Fraserburgh Futures Partnership was established.
Funding sources are continually being explored, primarily: Aberdeenshire Towns Partnership: EU Objective 2 and Interreg III programme; The National Lottery and the private sector.
www.atap.org.uk /fraserburgh   (1337 words)

 Lets Go There - A guide to Aberdeenshire
Scotland's whisky and castle capital has the benefit of outstanding coastal scenery and the awesome backdrop of the Grampian mountains.
Aberdeenshire claim to it's second title, as The Castle County of Scotland, is also well deserved with over 1000 castles or sites of castles within it's' boundaries.
The Granite City - Aberdeen - is the centre of the area and is a bustling modern city centre with plenty to entertain.
www.letsgothere.co.uk /lgtnet/locations/3-354-1.aspx   (270 words)

 aberdeenshire arts   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
This site is your gateway to information about the arts in Aberdeenshire.
It is maintained by Aberdeenshire Council's Arts Development Team.
Fraserburghs rail heritage has inspired a unique route with sculptural structures that will link the town to its seafront.
www.aberdeenshirearts.org.uk   (92 words)

 Aberdeenshire - Education - Information - Educational Resources - Encyclopedia - Music
Aberdeenshire - Education - Information - Educational Resources - Encyclopedia - Music
Aberdeenshire is one of 32 unitary council regions in Scotland, borders on Moray,Tayside,Perthshire and Aberdeen CitySize: 6300 square kilometres.
Aberdeen Its council headquarters are based at Woodhill House, Westburn Road, Aberdeen and serves as its administrative centre.
education.music.us /A/Aberdeenshire.htm   (4084 words)

 Family Research in Aberdeenshire -- UK Genealogy .co.uk   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
Aberdeenshire is a county in North East Scotland.
We have listed details of some of the major archives and libraries in Aberdeenshire.
If you are visiting one of them and need a map simply click the link on the postcode.
www.ukgenealogy.co.uk /abd.htm   (386 words)

 Aberdeenshire Sports Council
This directory details the opportunities for people with a disability to take part in sport in Aberdeenshire.
However, Aberdeenshire Disability Sport, a registered charity working in partnership with Aberdeenshire Council, aims to be continually adding to what is on offer.
A group for people with learning disabilities in the Garioch area who participate in a variety of sports and activities, meeting at different locations throughout Aberdeen City and Aberdeenshire.
www.aberdeenshire-sports-council.org.uk /Disability.html   (1095 words)

 AllRefer.com - Aberdeenshire (British And Irish Political Geography) - Encyclopedia
AllRefer.com - Aberdeenshire (British And Irish Political Geography) - Encyclopedia
Under the Local Government Act of 1973, the county of Aberdeenshire (or Aberdeen) became part of the Grampian region in 1975.
In the local government reorganization of 1996, Grampian was dissolved and the council area of Aberdeenshire was created; the new council area is larger than the former county.
reference.allrefer.com /encyclopedia/A/Aberdnshr.html   (177 words)

 DUNCAN: Aberdeenshire & Banffshire, Scotland as well as Bannockburn
Aberdeenshire and Banffshire, Scotland as well as Bannockburn
There is a town named COWIE southeast of Bannockburn, near Cambusbarron.
From Aberdeenshire to the ends of the Earth
www2.nethop.net /~sandness/duncan.htm   (319 words)

 Fishing The Fly In Aberdeenshire, Scotland
Anglers from all over the world visit the North East of Scotland to fish for salmon on the rivers Spey, Dee, Don and Deveron, but not so much is known about the excellent trout fishing to be found in the Aberdeenshire area.
The River Don is a great salmon and sea trout river, but it also offers some first class brown trout fishing which you can explore in the "River Don" section of the website.
The rainbow trout fisheries in Aberdeenshire are some of the best in Scotland, offering quality, hard fighting fish in some beautiful locations.
www.fishingthefly.co.uk   (501 words)

 Aberdeenshire Hotels: Read Aberdeenshire Hotel Reviews and Compare Prices - TripAdvisor
Aberdeenshire Hotels: Read Aberdeenshire Hotel Reviews and Compare Prices - TripAdvisor
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#1 hotel in Aberdeenshire for singles, #2 for families.
www.tripadvisor.com /Hotels-g186486-Aberdeenshire_Scotland-Hotels.html   (478 words)

 Kintore - Royal Burgh in Aberdeenshire
The proposal is described as indluding employment land, affordable housing, a village green, a community house and amenity land.
The Clydesdale Bank has announced plans to close its branch in Kintore along with 18 others in Aberdeenshire.
Kintore and District Community Council has epressed concern about traffic aroound The Square, the with the additiona of two new junctions - one at the Kintore Arms and one at the post office.
www.scotiaweb.co.uk /kintore   (344 words)

 ABERDEENSHIRE - Online Information article about ABERDEENSHIRE
parliament -one for East Aberdeenshire and the other for West Aberdeen-shire.
By this time, too, the Church had been organized, the bishopric of Aberdeen having been established in 115o.
In the 12th and 13th centuries some of the great Aberdeenshire families arose, including the See also:
encyclopedia.jrank.org /A10_ADA/ABERDEENSHIRE.html   (3803 words)

 Listings Scotland: Aberdeenshire: Society   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
From Aberdeenshire to the ends of the Earth 56,718 individuals and 17,459 families representing 6,023 surnames in this connected family database.
CORGARFF AND STRATHDON WAR MEMORIALS Corgarff and Strathdon are to be found in the westernmost part of the Don Valley in Aberdeenshire, Scotland.
Oyne is a small village in the heart of Aberdeenshire, Scotland.
listingsuk.com /Scotland/Aberdeenshire/Society   (586 words)

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