Church in the Community

Airyhall Dancers
A group of young people and adults who enjoy dancing together and meet about once a month on Sunday, normally early evening.

We take part in the Aberdeen Scottish Country Dance Festival and we recently went to the Festival in Newcastle.

If you perhaps danced at school or would like to try Scottish Country Dancing just come along. It’s always fun with the Airyhall Dancers. The class is led by Angela with live music from her husband, Graham. More details from the Church office.

Buchan Association
We meet in the Couper Hall on alternative Wednesdays from the Church Guild from September to April. Meetings start at7.30pm with entertainment for an hour, then a break for a cuppa, followed by another half hour from the performers. Meetings finish at 9.30pm and all are welcome.

Craigiebuckler and Seafield Community Council
The Community Council Meets regularly on the first Tuesday of every month in the Douglas Lounge at 7.30pm until 9.00pm.
All year except January.

Danscentre provides dance classes in Ballet, Modern and Tap for children age 3+. Taught by our RAD and ISTD qualified teachers we offer classes on a Tuesday afternoon or Saturday morning. To enquire please email: or call us on 01224 647341.

Girl Guides
Girl Guiding is a girl led organisation consisting of Rainbows, Brownies, Guides and Senior Section. They do lots of different activities including games, badges, trips, overnight stays, camps and lots more. The unit at Craigiebuckler Church meet on a Monday night and is always growing in numbers and welcomes any new members. For more information please contact the Church Office.
During school terms 

Guide Dogs for the Blind
Guide Dogs for the Blind meet once a month for training. Puppies from 2 -6 months meet first and then puppies from 7-14 months meet later on. There can be up to 20 dogs at one time for training purposes.

Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 9.45am. It is the original dance party workout, blending dance with Pilates, yoga, kickboxing and strength training. One 55-minute session can burn up to 600 calories. The results? Long, lean muscles and an undeniable mood boost.
All year.

North East of Scotland Music School (NESMS)
NESMS offers one to one teaching as well as workshops, master classes and performance opportunities. They bring internationally recognised tutors to Aberdeen on a regular basis. We are fortunate to have some of the performances here in Craigiebuckler.

Scottish Country Dancing
RSCDS Scottish Country Dance Class meets on Fridays from 4.45 to 5.45 for Primary School Children and 5.45 to 6.45 for Secondary pupils. The children and young people enjoy dancing together and we cover technique, formations and dances.

There is the opportunity to take part in the Scottish Country Dance Festival held annually. We also cover Medal tests as well as Dance Achievement Awards.


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