Last edited: 17th Jun 2013
Bib Collection and Registration on Saturday 27th July is at Applegrove Primary School. Click here for full instructions
The event centre is located in the stable block at beautiful Brodie Castle which is also host to the event campsite. It is in easy walking distance of Dyke Hall which is the venue for the organized entertainments.
The Event Centre will be open for information, help, results display, ticket and badge sales daily from 18:30 to 20:00.
Facilities at the castle will include the Tea Room which is open to the general public from 11:00 to 17:00 offering hot drinks, light meals and bakes.
The Manager’s flat will also be opening especially for us at 07:00 offering take-away continental breakfast with a selection of fruit, yoghurt croissants and porridge etc. There will also be a mobile caterer for those who prefer bacon rolls and suchlike.
Vegetarian meals (with simple gluten-free option) will be available every evening (sat to sat) from 17:00 to 19:00 (last orders).
sample prices :- £3.00 for soup & roll, Pasta Bake £5.50
There is seating for 200 people, no booking is required but it is on a first come/first served basis so come early to be sure of a meal.
On site will also be various mobile caterers offering such delights as Hog Roast and Fish and Chips.
There will be a Marquee Bar open from 17:00 to23:00 giving you a chance to sample some of the excellent local beers.
Activities on offer at Brodie
There are several events arranged by National Trust for Scotland at Brodie to coincide with our event which are also open to the general public. On Sun 28th there is an open-air theatre production of Romeo and Juliet.
Inside the castle, on Thursday 1st,there is a baroque music concert ‘Music for a summer evening’ and on Sat 3rd a piano recital ‘Vienna to Broadway’ by Robin Colvill.
These are public events and must be booked directly through the National Trust for Scotland –Brodie Castle website www.nts.org.uk/Events/ or www.nts.org.uk/Property/Brodie-Castle.
Numbers for the indoor recitals are very limited so please book early.
Also, every day from late afternoon to early evening an organisation called EarthTime will be running nature based entertainments for 3 to 8 year olds.
There is a permanent adventure playground open all day and evening.
If there is sufficient demand, Brodie is offering guided tours of the castle in the evenings on which there is no other event.
During most evenings, in association with the bar, there will be a variety of pub-type entertainments and music.
Please be aware that during the day Brodie castle is open to the general public so it is important that you are considerate of other people as you come and go.
Studded O shoes must not be worn inside any building at Brodie.
Training Maps will be on sale at Brodie from Monday 22nd to Friday 26th from 10:00 to 11:00.
Park in the ‘coaches only’ parking area and the kiosk will be signed from there.
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