Sunday 28th July to Saturday 3rd August
The 22nd Scottish 6-day event is being held in Strathearn, between the 28th July and 3rd August 2019. The Strathearn area of Perthshire runs along the Highland Boundary Fault, and bridges the glens, lochs and mountains of the Highlands with the rich farmland and towns of the Lowlands to the south. This was originally one of Scotland's ancient Celtic Earldoms, home to the Earl of Strathearn, a title which expired in the middle of last century only to be recently revived when the Queen bestowed the titles of Earl and Countess of Strathearn on Prince William and Kate Middleton.
Follow these links to view GPS Tracking from Day 6
57 items of lost property shown in these photos and description list. Please claim before end of August - we plan to dispose/donate/recycle at the end of the month. The items are in Banchory, so we'd need you to cover the postage cost, unless they can be collected or delivery arranged.
So that’s it – 40 years after the first Scottish 6 Days we end another successful event. Once again the weather gods were kind to us and much of the day’s competition was staged in bright sunshine. Light rain fell on the prizegiving!
The winners of Fiona Bunn's Quiz Sheet are shown below!
A big thank you to everyone who bought a quiz and a total of £186.35 was raised by Fiona for the Athletes Support Foundation.
The members of DEESIDE Orienteering Club would like to express their thanks to all involved in helping our member who suffered a heart attack at Thursday's event, latest news is that he is making good progress in Aberdeen hospital.