Upcoming events in Inverness & Aberdeen


We have some great events coming up in Inverness and Aberdeen,  and we hope there will be something for everyone. So far, most of our events  have been around Glasgow and Edinburgh, so we are really keen to be in the North more and hope members from all regions will be able to meet up and join us there. All events are free of charge, we can provide travel costs and all details on accessibility. You can book or find out more info on our website or by getting in touch with Emma on 0131 281 0857 or  If there is anything stopping you from coming along to events or if you would like to make suggestions, please get in touch.

On 25th September we will be at The Inverness Marathon Festival from 11am- 2pm, enjoying the music, food and drink, and family activities (ahem, and watching the running, of course!). We would love to see you there! Please drop by and say hello, find out more about our events and support, and join us for lunch. There will be loads happening on the day, including live music, a food fayre, whisky tasting, locally crafted beer and family activities.



On 8th October we will be heading to Transition Extreme in Aberdeen! Join us for Lunch and an instructor led climbing wall session from 1-4pm. All sessions are safe and will be supervised, we will also have support from the wonderful staff from the Aberdeen Centre.

More details can be found here:


Then on 3rd November, we are going to see The Andy Gunn band at Eden Court, Inverness. This is our first evening event, and looks like it is going to be great!

Highland blues guitarist (and Haemophilia Scotland Member!) Andy Gunn and his band take to the Eden Court stage for a night of electrifying blues standards and well honed original material from their new album Blessed. Also performing will be singer Vikki Kitson (who was in Jumpin´The Gunn with Andy when the brilliant school band signed with Virgin´s blues label).

You can find out more about Andy’s music on his website: and facebook page:




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