The March Stones are boundary stones - both inner and outer boundaries.
The inner March Stones mark the boundary of the crofts that ringed the medieval Royal Burgh of Aberdeen. The outer March Stones define a much larger are known as the Freedom lands.
Aberdeen City Council has an informative leaflet which can be downloaded from the internet.
Alan and Pat Pirie spent a morning visiting stones 55 to 62 which are all walking distance of the Northern Hotel. Stone 56 can be found opposite the hotel on Clifton Road.
more St Machar's Pastoral Care co-ordinator arranged for Santa to pay a festive visit to late members' widows and our Honorary Members. Here he is with a delighted Alistair Lynn - our oldest member.
more At last the building work on the Social Enterprise in Bandipur has commenced. Good wishes were sent from St Machar to Nepal and wonderful pictures from Nepal were retuned
more Several years ago, members Graeme Robertson and Jim Young arranged for a granite sign to be made and positioned outside our venue at that time. The stone has now been sited on Great Northern Road beside the hotel. It looks very handsome and at home
more Each year our club funds two students from St Machar Academy to attend Rotary Young leadership Award camps at Abernethy
more Brief synopses of talks given by guest speakers during Rotary year 2014-15.
more A synopsis of talks given at our regular meetings during Rotary year 2013-14.
more Bruce Anderson and Rob Hughes visited Nepal to take forward the St Machar Project to create a social enterprise in Bandipur
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