Families gathered at the Woodside hotel in Aberdour last night for a storytelling session before leading a lantern parade to the village sensory garden in aid of the Cookie Jar Foundation. The Cookie Jar Foundation was set up in memory of local boy Christopher Coutts, and gives support to children in need of help.
Around 400 female cyclists took to the roads around the Sidlaw Hills yesterday morning for Belles and Buns, Scotland’s only all-female road cycling event. Cyclists competed in 16-mile, 32-mile and 64-mile categories, with all competitors starting and ending in Coupar Angus.
Sir Ian McKellen was in the Fair City on Saturday to lead Perthshire Pride’s first-ever parade as more than a thousand people came out in support of the LGBT+ community.
This year’s May Stirling Bull sales took place on Sunday 5 May and Monday 6 May. 242 pedigree bulls and females across nine breeds including Charolais, Simmental and Aberdeen-Angus were presented for sale. The Stirling Bull sale will take place again in October 2019.
Taiwan became the first country in Asia to legalise same-sex marriage after lawmakers voted on Friday to allow same-sex couples full legal marriage rights, including areas in taxes, insurance and child custody.
Perth welcomed hundreds of four-legged friends to Scone Palace at the weekend for the first Paws at the Palace festival.
School choirs belted out the hits of Tina Turner, Diana Ross and Madness at a hotly contested singing competition in Perth Concert Hall last night.
Perth Beer Festival has been described as another resounding success by organisers.
Thousands of AC/DC fans made their way to an Angus town at the weekend for a festival celebrating the life and legacy of the band’s original frontman. Bon Scott’s hometown of Kirriemuir was buzzing as people of all ages enjoyed some good old-fashioned rock n’ roll at BonFest 2019.
This year’s United Auctions Bull Sales in Stirling has seen hundreds of bulls and female cattle on show for farmers looking to replace or invest in new stock.