Tuesday, 20 May 2014
Hundreds of local residents turned out in Aberchirder on Saturday, as the village celebrated its 250th anniversary.
The day commenced with a coffee morning at the Marnoch Church Hall on Main Street, and was followed by a procession from Aberchirder Primary to The Square, where local musicians and dancers gave a special performance for the crowds.
Dr Whiteford also unveiled a plaque in The Square, which commemorates the day’s events.
Speaking afterwards, Eilidh Whiteford said:
“Foggie and its residents have my best wishes for the future, and can look on the day as a successful milestone in the village’s history.”