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Life in Brechin
August 17, 2017
Brechin is a place where vibrant history and modern convenience come together to create a truly delightful town within the Angus area. It is located within an hour’s drive of both Dundee and Aberdeen, making it an ideal spot for a day trip, as well as giving residents plenty of opportunity for a taste of city life.
Four Aberdeenshire film locations
August 15, 2017
Aberdeenshire is famed, world round, for its picturesque scenery, so much so that it has, on more than one occasion, caught the eye of the bright lights of Hollywood. We’ve picked out four famous movies that were filmed in this delightful piece of the world – some you will no doubt know already, but there are a couple that might just take you by surprise…
View from Coilacriech – Why it’s Willie Meston’s favourite view
August 03, 2017
This year, our ASPC calendar consists of a unique collection of images which represent particular significance for people of Aberdeen. This month, we’ll look at the reason why that month’s view is so special and highlight the stunning image by photographer Ray Smith.
Rubislaw Terrace Gardens – Why it’s Linda Morris’s favourite view
July 11, 2017
This year, our ASPC calendar consists of a unique collection of images which represent personal significance for people with a special connection to Aberdeen. Every month, we’ll look at the reason why that month’s view is so special and highlight the beautiful photograph by photographer Ray Smith.
The most viewed properties from the last six months
July 06, 2017
We still get a slight surprise every time we check our calendar and see that it is in fact July already - where on earth has the year gone? ASPC has already seen 2017 become the year for many happy customers to find their dream home and start the next chapter of their lives.
Five things to do in or around Macduff
June 15, 2017
Located 47 miles from Aberdeen and with a population of 3,910, Macduff is an attractive, coastal town on the north coast of Banffshire on the Moray Firth. Steeped in history, the town was established as a major fishing port with the construction of its harbour in the late 18th century. We take a look at five reasons why Macduff is not only popular with tourists, but an idyllic and downright charming place to live.
Skene School - why it's Professor Alex Kemp's favourite view
June 01, 2017
This year, the ASPC calendar consists of a unique collection of images which represent personal significance for people in the North East. Every month, we’ll take a look at the reason why that month’s view is so special and highlight the beautiful photograph by photographer Ray Smith.