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Exciting News. Introducing a new traditional music group

"The Fiddlers of Strathspey" with Paul Anderson.  

Starting after Easter there will be individual lessons (£15 each) from 3.15 to 6.40 and a group workshop (£5 per person) from 7.15 - 8.15pm followed by a bar session from 8.30pm onwards. The proposed dates are Tuesdays;16th April,14th May,18th June, 20th August, 24th September, 29th October, 26th November, 17th December.

Our next month's open meeting will be on the 15th of March in the Grant Arms.  John Halliday will continue his virtual  tour of locations around Grantown.  This month's presentation will focus on Lynmacgregor, Camerory and Ballieward.  Further details can be found on our events page.

The March talk "Lynemcgregor, Ballieward and Camerorie will soon be found on our You Tube channel on this site.

Details of the Grantown 3As Active Travel Project engagement are posted on the 3As Grantown Sustrans Project page.

 SLF announce funding for the society to purchase former hydro premises at 2 High Street. 

Final sale negotiations still underway.

Preparations have started for the Society's 50th anniversary celebrations


Society stand at the Sustainable Strathspey  "Greentown Show" in the Square 

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2023 Fiddler of Strathspey Festival acclaimed as a great success and dates announced for the 2024 Festival.                                                      

Grantown on Spey

Capital of Romantic Strathspey    
Home of the Clan Grant 
A Traditional Highland Town  
A unique Georgian Planned Town  
and a  vibrant visitor destination

Since 1974, the Society has worked to promote, preserve and develop this very special heritage.

Find out more about the buildings along Grantown on Spey's High Street and Square

The Grantown Society is a SCIO: that is a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation ie a charity.  Our number is SC050104. 

 The Grantown Society was formed in 1974.  The Society became a Charity in 2020.  Membership is open to anyone interested in the aims of the Society, which are:

The advancement of education

The advancement of community development

The advancement of arts, heritage, culture or science

The advancement of environmental protection or improvement

Please click on the membership page if you'd like to join the society - we love to welcome new members!



"Murree", 4 Woodside Avenue
Grantown on Spey
​PH26 3JN
Tel: 07709-270044


Bill Sadler    John Halliday  Bill Steele

Peter Holland  Graeme Stuart  James Ogilvy-Grant Jo Fry  Jenny Steven Hamish Thom