The Village Council
Scottish Registered Charity No: SC018399
The Council is made up of committed volunteers and the current Committee and Office Bearers are:
Getting Out & About
Here you can find web links and phone numbers for airports, train stations, buses and taxis to help you get around the area.
You can use the journey planners to find routes and times on public transport and to plan your own car journeys from door to door.
Taxis & Minibuses
Here you can find the latest news from Craigellachie.....
The Aberlour & Speyside Rotary club raised funds for a defibrillator for Craigellachie. The defibrillator is located in the reception of Craigellachie Hotel. The leaflets being held have been distributed to every household in Craigellachie to let them know about the defibrillator. There is also an instructional DVD for individual and groups to use. However it is stressed that the defibrillator units are easy to operate and are self explanatory .
Royal Mail launch a first class stamp of Craigellachie Bridge
In this section are many telephone numbers that you may need and find useful.
|Grampian Police (non emergency calls)
||0845 600 5700
|Police Call Centre
||0845 600 5700|
|Fleming Hospital - Aberlour
|Aberlour Heath Centre
|Stephen Cottage Hospital - Dufftown
|Heath Centre - Dufftown
|Glenlivet Medical Practice
||01807 590 273
|Dr Gray's Hospital - Elgin
|Dalziel Chemist - Dufftown
|Craigellachie Post Office
|Aberlour Post Office
|Dufftown Post Office
|Moray Council out of hours
|Hydro-Electric power cuts
|Speyside Car Sharing Scheme
|Emergency Dental Service
||0845 456 6000
|Craigellachie Primary School
|Aberlour Primary School
|Speyside High School
The school itself is situated in the village of Craigellachie, overlooking the River
Spey. Formal education has been provided here since 1870 and in our present
building for over 100 years.
Although a listed building, the inside has been
modernised and equipped to meet the needs of today's curriculum. This has also been
helped by our extra accommodation in the playground, which provides a P6/7
classroom and a room for expressive arts.
Our accommodation has been enhanced by
the addition of the Spey room. This room provides a quiet teaching and learning area
for individuals and small groups. We are continually developing our grounds to
increase opportunities and facilities for learning, socialising and relaxing.
moment the Village Hall, local amenities and Speyside High School are used for a
variety of curricular and social purposes.
Head Teacher - Ms Shiobhan Woolgar
P1 - P2 - Miss Ashley Scott
P3 - P5 - Mrs Jennifer Beveridge
P6 - P7 - Mrs Shona Jamieson
P2/3 Literacy / Numeracy Group - Mr Neil Andersen
Children’s Supervisor and Auxiliary - Mrs Sarah Morrison
Classroom Assistant - Mrs Angela Ingram
Education Auxiliaries - Mrs Gill Cammack & Ms Sarah Thornhill
Primary School Administrator - Mrs Kathleen McCulloch
Breakfast Club Support Worker - Mrs Linda Esson
Cleaning Supervisor - Mrs Audrey Mackie
Visiting Janitor - Mr Andy Burrows
You can find information about local businesses in this section plus links to their web sites.
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If you wish to list your local business in this section
please contact The Village Council using the contact form in the main menu at the top of the page.
A minimum donation to The Village Council is required.
Craigellachie Village Hall
John Street, Craigellachie,
For details please contact the Bookings Secretary:-
Mr Willie Hendry
5 Brickfield, Craigellachie
Tel: 01340 881289
Opened by Lady Findlay on 9 December 1932
Zumba, Senior Citizens Group,
The local primary school also use the hall for serving their school lunches, gym and after school sports activities.
Main hall with stage and stage extension
- Small meeting hall
- Male, female and disabled toilet
- Disabled access
- Grassed car park
We also have a Football Pitch in another location
Tennis courts and tennis pavilion available near the Speyside Way
Built on a site overlooking the River Spey as a mission church from Aberlour. A simple T-plan church with Gothic details built in the local pink granite with a slate roof. Inside, a traditional layout with the pupit in the centre of the long wall. A meeting room was constructed in 2002 and provides a useful resource.
Sunday 9.45 am
Reverend Shuna Dicks is Minister for both churches
Originally dedicated to St Drostan, the church was built in 1812. The neo-Norman tower 1840 by William Robertson, architect, Elgin, was the sole survivor of a disastrous fire in 1861. George Petrie, architect, rebuilt the church in neo-Norman style. Choir added 1933 by J Wittet in memory of Sir James Ritchie Findlay. First organ by Brindley & Foster 1900, rebuilt by Ernest Lawton 1932, and present organ rebuilt by Sandy Edmonstone 1991.
Craigellachie and Aberlour 2’s Group and PlaygroupAberlour Primary school.
Craigellachie Bowling Club
Tuesdays in the winter