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On this site you will find all you need to know about our thriving community in the North East of Scotland. We hope you will find what you want on our site but if not, please contact us with your questions. Anyone wishing to contribute news articles should email

LIKEthe official Huntly, Scotland Facebook page. You can post messages on Huntly, Scotland's page, find out about events and share photos.

A short film has been commissioned by Huntly& District Development Trust and Deveron Arts to promote Huntly. The film was made by filmaker Ash Branston, andmadepossiblethroughCreativeScotland.Huntly won the Creative Place award for Scotland's most creative town 2013. Check the film out here


StrathbogieVeterinaryCentrehas a new website...

Take a look here:

Providingacompleteemergencyservice 24 hours a day, 365 days per year!

Tel: 01466 792627

Speak German - Visit for all things Huntly - but in German!

Ifyou'dlikeyourbusiness or organisation featured onhuntly.depleasecontactus.It'sfree of charge!




Huntly Community Council is launching its Microgrants Scheme in February 2016. Applications of up to 500 may be made and should be sent to the Community Council two weeks before its monthly meeting (held on the third Thursday of each month except July, August and December) for consideration that month.

Application forms and guidance notes will be available from 11th January 2016 please contact or pick up a copy from the Library, the Stewart's Hall or the Council offices. The first round of applications will be discussed at the Community Council's February 2016 meeting.

For further information, please email the above address, telephone the Secretary on 01466 799681 or contact any Community Councillor.


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23 February 2015
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14 November 2014
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Andy Murray
 Painter and decorator also specialising in wood restoration 
Moray Hearing Care Ltd.