an active holiday, a short break or a business visit,
Fraserburgh has it all to offer. Situated on the rugged
North East coast of Scotland, 40 miles north of Aberdeen,
Fraserburgh is the largest shellfish port in Europe
and while fishing is the town's main industry Fraserburgh
offers a wealth of other attractions.
the endless golden sandy beaches, step back in
time at the Fraserburgh Heritage centre or play
on the Fraserburgh links golf course. From cycling
and walking to shopping and a range of water sports
Fraserburgh offers so much to see and do.
Whatever your age you'll never become tired of Fraserburgh.
Visit some of the cafes and restaurants throughout the
town serving delicious local produce or take a stroll
around the town centre and discover the wealth of shops
that await. Use this site to plan your break or discover
what Fraserburgh has to offer.
Artist at Cafe Connect
th August to 29 th October 2014
to Friday 9.15 am- 3.15pm
was brought up in Lossiemouth and moved to Aberdeen
in 1969 to train as a nurse.
I had always enjoyed drawing, I wasn't able to take
up my interest in art until my children grew up.
completed a community outreach class in Drawing and
Painting (Aberdeen College) in 2004 and have continued
to paint since then – initially with the ‘Nomads Art
Group' and currently with the Northern Arts Club, Aberdeen.
a keen photographer, I generally use my own photographs
of places I have visited and love – and enjoy bringing
them to life by painting them.
dabbled with water colours, but prefer the brightness
and colour I can get using Alkyd Oils.
retired recently from NHS Grampian after 44 years, I
am looking forward to having more time for painting.
you contacted/ exhibited with us before?
you have left your details with no response I apologise
but I promise to get back to you.
have spaces for exhibitions available for 2014 and would
like to plan ahead for the future
on form 'note of interest' fill out and send back with
a few images of your work by email if possible. We will
get in touch regarding an exhibition as soon as we can.
notes of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org
June 2013 Café Connect and Robertson Road Resource
Centre were presented with the Eat Safe Award. The Eat
Safe standard is awarded to businesses who have
gone above and beyond the requirements of current food
legislation to a standard of excellence.
you or anyone you know benefit from an audio (cassette)
version of the Fraserburgh Herald delivered to your
door free of charge?
so please contact The Talking Herald on:
some amazing scenes from Fraserburgh and use them
as your desktop wallpaper. Available in both 800x600
& 1024x768 resolutions.