Check out the impact of our Community Sports Hub initiative in Aberdeenshire during the last year
Late last week, we had a visit from Olympic and Commonwealth athlete Eilish McColgan to Oyne Primary School.
Live Life Aberdeenshire's Events team has won an Outstanding Contribution to Sport Award from Triathlon Scotland.
As part of Book Week Scotland, Huntly Library saw Scottish crime writer Margaret Kirk talk about her her novels, ‘Shadowman’ and ‘What Lies Beneath’.
Earlier this week, we had a visit from Judy Murray educating Aberdeenshire's teachers on how to make tennis suitable for all
Active Schools is more than just children running about a games hall.
Local partnerships gives pupils the benefits of healthy eating and sport in one session.
More than 500 families go on a 'bear hunt' across Aberdeenshire
LINA launches Banff and Peterhead libraries as first centres for rural entrepreneurship
A is for Autumn, M is for Murder Author Event at Ellon Community Campus on Saturday 28th October.
Summer Reading Challenge Prize-Giving ceremony took place at Woodhill House on Saturday 28th September.
The Brander Library, Huntly and Huntly Community Council come together to celebrate a successful summer season for the Tourist Hub.
Local business donates to Active Schools activities at Oyne Primary School in Inverurie
Young Leaders giving something back in local Banchory Primary Schools
During July, the author Eric R Davidson visited Inverurie Library and gave a talk on his life and his series of books set in Aberdeen.
Scottish Booktrust have launched a new app full of songs and rhymes.
Huntly Library welcomes award winning children's author.
Macduff Marine Aquarium is upgrading the popular touch pools and nursery tanks this month, with help from the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund.
Young people had fun learning some valuable first aid skills in coastal town Collieston
This week sees the end of this year's Summer Reading Challenge. Check out these fun facts about our successful summer event.
Swimming lessons for children with additional support needs great success in Turriff
Children’s author Joseph Coelho visits Westhill Library and joins Live Life Aberdeenshire Libraries as part of his Library Marathon
Aboyne library welcomed two musicians to explore American, Greek and Scottish music and songs.
New Health Walk Co-ordinator for Aberdeenshire appointed
Recently, one of our badminton coaches was recognised with an Inspiring Aberdeenshire nomination in the Local Hero Courage Award category
Young people in Fraserburgh can access free basketball sessions at the local sports centre as part of a new initiative
Targeted at 10-16 year olds, FloatFit GROW offers lots of fun as well as working on your water confidence, learning new skills and keeping fit.
Exhibition to honour North-East hero Jane Whyte, who saved 15 sailors from drowning, opens in Fraserburgh.
Pupils at Aboyne Academy are taking part in an exciting new reading challenge.......Readers on the Run!
Turriff Sports Centre and Flowerpots Nursery have teamed up to allow children to play whilst their parents workout
Two members of staff at Ellon Community Campus have received certificates to mark their completion of modern apprenticeship in sport and leisure
Volunteers at the Tolbooth Museum in Stonehaven have been awarded the Queen's Award for Voluntary Service.
One of our young Active Schools volunteers recently completed the SFA's Volunteer and Inspire Project. Check out the article for her story.
Macduff Marine Aquarium celebrated the first birthday of their baby spiny seahorse!
Find out more about our partnership working with Macmillan Cancer Support and the NHS in helping get people physically active
Turriff Sports Centre hosts Aberdeenshire's first ever Ladies Walking Netball match,
A short video showing the impact of Active Schools in Aberdeenshire during the last 4 years.