Scottish Community of the Year

CulterNET was commended in the Scottish Community of the Year Awards 2002.

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The Sculpture at the west entrance to the village of Culter. 

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Category: Heritage

St. Peter's Heritage Trust was formed in 1999.

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Category: War Memorial

It was a blustery and windy November morning, but Culter villagers gathered on Remembrance Sunday to remember all those who have died in conflict. The  Rev. John Ferguson addressed the gathering The Remembrance wreath was laid, and individual crosses placed by the Girl Gudes, to mark the centenary of those individual soldiers who died in1915. A solo piper, Callum Brown, played "The Flowers of the Forest". 

Category: War Memorial

The Culter War Memorial was built in 1920

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  • Maryculter Woodland Trust

    Latest news about the successful community-led buyout of Foresty Commission woodlands at Maryculter  can be found at:

    Maryculter Woodland Trust

  • Your Village Hall

    One of the main objectives of the Community Association is to help provide as wide a range of social, educational and recreational activities in Culter Village Hall as possible.

    Organisation and management of the hall is carried out by an executive committee. The committee is made up of representatives of the user groups and the local community as well as members of staff.

    The committee meets once a month. If you would like more information about the committee or indeed like to join, then please contact the Hall Administrator  Tel. 734371 or call in to the hall.

    Culter and District Community Association is a charitable and voluntary organisation instituted in 1947 to operate Culter Village Hall which is owned by the residents of Peterculter.


    Culter Village Hall is totally self-financing and receives no help financially or otherwise from any Local Authority.

  • Peterculter Sculpture

    The Sculpture at the west entrance to the village of Culter. 

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