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The following sites provide further information on Aberdeen, the history, culture and heritage of Scotland and the Church in Scotland.
Old Aberdeen Trail is one of a series of themed trails being developed around the City
Archaeological Notes from Scotland's national collection of buildings, archaeology and industry where they concern St Machar’s Cathedral
World Mission Council On this website there are direct links to the current World Mission update newsletter and World Mission Magazine
Visitor UK is the country's leading online database of local and national information, providing up to the minute details and listings from a variety of sources
Board of Parish Education
Scottish Christian Noticeboard
Church of Scotland
Action of Churches Together in Scotland
Charities we support
www.ugandaschoolstrust.weebly.com It is hoped to establish a link between the Sunday School and Glorious Preparatory School in Western Uganda which is supported by the Uganda Schools Trust.
City of Aberdeen
Aberdeen Scotland Official City and Shire Portal
Old Aberdeen Community Council
Aberdeen Home Page History, developments, trade etc.
Welcome to Scotland The definitive Scottish travel information site. With everything you need to tour Scotland's greatest attractions. Plus lots of superb accommodation
Magical Scotland This website features an itinerary through Scotland which includes the Cathedral of St. Machar in Aberdeen as one of its main attractions.
National Trust of Scotland
www.g4g.org.uk Looks at news stories from a Christian perspective, transmits church services, exchanges views and plays requests.
The Online Bestiary of Aberdeen University Library.
Help with Funeral Costs:
Everything Explained at funeralcostshelp.co.uk
|The Cathedral Community|
|Raise the Roof|
|Prayer and Meditation|
|Education and Outreach|
|Friends of St Machar|
|Churches by the Don|
|Opportunities to Help|
|The Heraldic Ceiling|
|Organists of St Machar|
|Bells of St Machar|
|Graveyard and Outside|
|The History of the Choir|
|Events at Dunbar Hall|