Tarlair (Aberdeenshire)

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Rephotography - Tarlair Open Air Pool

Colin Prior recaptures an old photograph of Tarlair Open Air Swimming Pool as local residents remember its heyday. Euan follows the journey of the famous Edinburgh Christmas tree from felling in the forest to the switch-on of lights. Find out if the Young family are ready to part with their feathered friends in the final instalment of Landward's 'Turkey for Christmas' series.

Colin Prior rephotographs Tarlair Open Air Swimming Pool in Macduff.

The pool first opened in the 1930s and was a popular venue for leisure seekers for five decades. In recent times the pool has fallen into disrepair and decline and now the only users are the local model boat club.

Features of the area

Aberdeenshire Group

Aberdeenshire is one of Scotland’s 32 unitary council areas. Although its headquarters are based in Aberdeen, the council area does not include the city itself.

Aberdeenshire borders Angus and Perth and Kinross to the south, and the Highland council area and Moray to the west.

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