Bagpipes to sound for ‘one hundred bikers an a’, an a’

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The dulcet tones of bagpipes will fill the morning air when 100 motorbikes set off on a charity bike run around Kincardine and Deeside.

Local bagpiper, Calum Lawrie, will kick off a day of fun for all the family on Sunday, August 17, piping as 100 motorbikes head off from Tullos on a route including Stonehaven, Banchory, Ballater, Alford and Westhill.

Charity bike run

Charity bike run

Bikers will rejoin the fun in Tullos in the early afternoon of August 17.

The family fun day will start at noon. Cammach Business Centre is to be transformed from work place to child friendly space with attractions to entertain all ages. Guests can enjoy BBQ, fruit kebabs and frozen yogurt while listening to local band, The Otherside.

A biker herself, lead singer Danielle Wood will arrive at the stage through the smoke on her motorcycle.

Kids will be entertained with bouncy castle, face painting, arts and crafts and more. Meanwhile mums will be pampered with neck and shoulder massage, mini facials and can even try acupuncture.

The event has been organised by Cammach Group Ltd and LFI Creative in aid of the five charities supported by the Aberdeen Aware Project - VSA, Community Food Initiatives North East, Woodend Barn, Drugs Action and North East Scotland Credit Unit, which all help people in Aberdeen City and Shire.

North East bikers are invited to join the run free of charge by registering their interest at:

Families and individuals can also reserve their free place at the family fun day at

Event location and starting point of bike run: Cammach Business Centre, Greenbank Road, East Tullos, Aberdeen, AB12 3BN.