The Royal British Legion Scotland

The Royal British Legion Scotland - Turriff Branch

Turriff and District Branch

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Turriff and District Branch of the Royal British Legion Scotland extends a warm welcome to Legion members and Guests. Legion Building

Listen to The Thistle and the Poppy.

 

This is the Website for the Royal British Legion Scotland and hopes to keep members and others interested in the goings on Past, Present and Future.  The contents are shown below.   Click on the buttons above to see the page you want.

Contents: 

  Home                Contents                

  History ;             Pictures and tales from the past both recent and distant

  Accomodation;   Look at what our hotel has to offer

  Entertainment;   Sports, Dances and Events

  Facilities;           There is more to us than you might imagine

  Officials;             See who is who and who to contact

  Contact us;         An easy way to get in  touch

  Links;                  Quick ways to find our friends and neightbours 

 Thistle & Poppy   Some background to the popular air

 News                   Pictures and tales from the current year

Why not take advantage of our recently fully refurbished club when visiting the North East of Scotland.  

Turriff is a thriving town in Aberdeenshire with excellent shopping facilities and a perfect base for exploring the North East of Scotland.

Amenities available within the town include - Golf(18 hole course), bowling, including an indoor stadium, tennis, fishing on the river Deveron, indoor swimming and a state of the arts sports centre which includes three courts, a gymnasium with qualified staff in attendance at all times.  

Turriff has an excellent pleasure park with a boating pond and a crazy golf course. It is situated ten miles from the Moray Firth Coast, with its sandy beaches and the secluded bays, with good bird watching around Troup Head and Loch of Strathbeg. A 45 minute drive takes you to the heart of Aberdeen. A 70 mile drive will bring you to the heart of the Cairngorms, which has some of the most spectacular scenery in Scotland, not to mention the skiing in winter months.

 

 

 

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