Grampian 50 + Network
Set up over twenty years ago, the Network’s original objective was to create opportunities for older people to lead more active, stimulating and rewarding lives-and it has certainly succeeded in this. Today,more than sixty Groups are affiliated to it, spread throughout Aberdeen City, Aberdeenshire and Moray,with a membership of over a thousand.
and is open to all 50+ Groups and Organizations in the North East on payment of a small fee.
Run by a committee of Volunteers, the Network is a registered Scottish Charity which promotes good links between groups and sharing ideas and experiences for the benefit of its members.
The aims of the Network are :
- to develop educational and recreational opportunities
- to organise themed events
- to provide training
- to support special projects.
Information is distributed to members through its AGEnda newsletter and this web site.
The highlights of the network calendar are:
The Ramblers’ Rendezvous – Held in a different venue each year, the rendezvous offers members a fun packed programme of outdoor and indoor activities. Now in its 30th year, this unique event attracts over 600 members over 2 days. To see what happened in 2017, click here.
Spring Fling – A day of indoor activities such as crafts, dance, heritage and many more built around the AGM.
Spring and Autumn Walks– Led by volunteers different venues each year, these walks allow members with varying levels of fitness to share interesting new walks suited to their capabilities.
AGEnda newsletter published in Spring, Summer and late Autumn.
Photos of the 2019 Autumn Walks are on the website now.
Photos of the 2019 Ramblers Rendezvous are on the website now.
Photos of the 2019 Spring Fling and Spring Walks are on the website now.
You can find them in our Photo Gallery under the NEWS item on the menu bar.
The Sandy Bothy is now open, Friday and Saturday andSunday from 12:00 to 3:00pm for hot and cold drinks and snacks.
For more information contact Rosie.email@example.com or phone 01358742557.