Dancing in Stonehaven Town Hall 2018
8:00pm - 11:00 pm (Doors open 7:30)
Bring your own refreshments
For further information, contact :- 2Leftfeet Dance Club 01569 764130
Thanks to the generosity of all the dancers who gave freely of their raffle prizes and then attempted to win them back, the evening raised
£755 for debra
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THIS INFORMATION IS ONLY FOR USE WHEN WE ARE GOING TO BE USING COOKNEY HALL
Please find below information on getting to Cookney Hall. AB39 3SA.
There are several ways to get to Cookney Hall, most are reasonably straight forward. However the roads approaching the hall off the A90 are country type roads. PLEASE TAKE CARE especially as there are APWR works near the hall.
Please also REVERSE park when in the car park.
Cookney is a hamlet in Aberdeenshire, Scotland in proximity to Netherley in the Mounth of the Grampian Highlands. The community is situated on a hilltop approximately five miles northwest of Stonehaven and about three miles northwest of the Bridge of Muchalls. Cookney lies about two miles west of Muchalls Castle. The Cookney Church is a prominent historic landmark of Cookney.
There are two main routes to get to the Hall. Via the A90 from Aberdeen and via the North/ South Deeside Road if you are coming from the North West.
When leaving Aberdeen, travelling South on the A90 there are three minor routes:-
- From Newtonhill, turn left into Newtonhill, take the first right past Tesco and go over the flyover, follow the sign around the new roundabout to Cookney. You will travel approx. 3 miles and come to a T-junction turn right, through the APWR works and bear left up the hill. The hall is immediately on the right. If you get to the church you have gone too far!!.
- Just about a ¾ mile past the Newtonhill flyover (still on the A90) Cookney is signposted to your right. You will require to cross the northbound dual carriageway. Once again you will travel approx. 2.5 miles to the APWR works in (1) above. Then as in (1)
- There is also a turning off at the Bridge of Muchalls – but once again, you will need to cross the dual carriageway. Please take care here. Follow the road for about 2.3 miles (also via some AWPR work) and you will come to a turning to the right. This turn is on a slight rise near a couple of houses. Turn right follow the road up the hill and as you get to the church you will take a sharp lefthander. The hall will be about 150 yards on your left
- If travelling from North west if you get onto the south Deeside road, follow the sign to Stonehaven and Netherley (B979). You will bear left over a small bridge (one way traffic), follow the road for about a mile and you will come to a fork in the road. Take the left hand road follow this for about 0.5mile and you will come to a turning to your left. Follow the road up the hill and as you get to the church you will take a sharp lefthander. The hall will be about 150 yards on your left
If coming from the South on the A90 then you can use the Muchalls turning, or the Cookney turning before Newtonhill.
The information above is based on my current knowledge. Please use your map or Google the info. for a more definitive update