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The Bailies of Bennachie


We care about Bennachie, its natural environment, history and culture - protecting this unique landscape for future generations.

The Bailies of Bennachie is a voluntary conservation society whose objectives are to encourage and stimulate the public’s interest of Bennachie.

Westland Wallace

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September 2021

Remembering the Air Crashes on Bennachie

September 3rd saw the anniversary of the first of two aircraft crashes on Bennachie.

Pilot Officer Ellard Cummings of Canada and gunner Leading Aircraftman Alexander Ronald Stewart lost their lives in the crash near Bruntwood Tap just 4 hours after the declaration of war and are acknowledged as the first allied military casualties of World War 2.

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Outdoors With The Bailies

The Bailies of Bennachie want to help inspire young people to enjoy and appreciate the outdoor environment.

We have created an online set of three fun activities to engage and inspire young people.

Even if you cannot come to visit Bennachie, these resources (which are aimed at Primary School children) have been designed to be relevant to your local woodland, green space, park, or even garden.

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Jock 'o Bennachie - Outdoors With The Bailies