The Festival's third centre is at Loch Soy where there is a varied set of
offerings aimed mainly at the youth.
The whale and dolphin conservation society (WDCS) is back with its large tent
and its 100 foot blue whale. The tent also houses information about the
Scottish Marine Wildlife Watching Code, and
the British Divers Marine Life Rescue.
The Community Environmental Initiative Moray (CEIM) will be sharing the lorry of
Aberdeenshire Waste Management unit to help you deal with rubbish.
Also present will be
with their impressive collection of owls and other raptors.
We cater to those inclined to action as well. There is a welcome return of the
Kingscliff Sporting Lodge with its offerings of archery, mini-quads, laser
gallery, disco dome, golf simulator, and trampoline.
Summit Climbing Walls
are also back for those who fancy scaling the heights.
This year the SPLASH Dinghies sail training for kids is on Loch Soy so the young
ones can get a taste of being on the water and driven by the wind.
Portsoy Football Club will be making it possible to Beat the Goalie and
Aberdeenshire Council will have their mobile football pitch and instructors to
help you improve your technique.
An exciting new feature this year is
who will be offering
courses and tuition in kite surfing from the field beyond the Scout Hut.
The uniformed services are represented by the Army Careers information unit, the
RAF Recruitment Unit and Grampian Fire and Rescue
For those who fancy something more colourful the Portsoy Church Outreach Group
will be offering face painting, puppetry and musical instruments. And Alistair
Baranowski will be on hand with his
cowboy companions to stage gunfights and