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Details of where to go Coastering in Aberdeen Scotland
is a fun way to explore the sea line of the North Sea and beautiful coastline of Aberdeenshire and Scotland. This adventure sport is a great way to keep fit as you swim in the sea, jump off rocks, walk and scramble along the coastline as well as exploring the inlets and caves along the way.
Below are organised Coasteering Aberdeen events which will give you an unforgettable day as you experience the ultimate outdoor adventure where you'll get to see, first hand, the rugged Aberdeenshire coast at its best, all at only a 10 minute drive out of Aberdeen.
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Coasteering with Sue Ryder Care
Coasteering with Sue Ryder Care
takes place on Saturday 16 October 2010 from 9.30am to 12.30pm. This Coasteering event with Sue Ryder Care will help them to raise funds for more people living with conditions such as Parkinson’s disease, stroke and brain injury.
Registration costs £35 and each Coasteering Aberdeen participant will receive refreshments and a memento to remember the Coasteering day which starts at Hareness Road, Aberdeen, AB12 3LE
This is a sponsorship event and participants are encouraged to raise as much as possible for the important work of Sue Ryder Care. For more information and an entry form please visit
or contact Claire Lindsay, Sue Ryder Care. Telephone 01224 245920 or 07770 443973.
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