GREYHOPE BAY

GALA DINNER

FRIDAY 12TH MAY 2017

6.30PM ARRIVAL, 1AM CARRIAGES

GREYHOPE BAY, GREYHOPE ROAD, ABERDEEN

You are invited to join us for an exciting evening of great local food and live entertainment with 1980s pop icons Hue and Cry and host Dougie Vipond, at the Greyhope Bay gala dinner in May.

Taking place at the dramatic cliff-top setting of Greyhope Bay, the event will launch the £10 million fundraising campaign for the planned world-class visitor and marine education centre, including an immersive 3D virtual reality tour of the proposed and iconic building design.

The evening will take place in a glass-front marquee with spectacular views out over the bay, in a setting that is also one of the best locations in Europe from which to watch the beautiful bottlenose dolphins.

Cost: £1,300 for a table of 10 RSVP: Get tickets by emailing events@bigpartnership.co.uk

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About

Greyhope Bay is a charitable organisation progressing plans for a bold £10 million capital project that will change the face of the city and connect Aberdeen with its unique coastal location, bustling harbour and charismatic wildlife (our dolphins).

A plan for what will be a world class leisure facility that sparks interest and facilitates enjoyment and social connection with our marine environment, whilst creating an iconic build and destination centre in a setting with a unique heritage and spectacular panoramic views. The centre will also highlight the regions standing as an international hub for marine research.

Greyhope Bay aspires to do for Aberdeen what the V&A is doing for Dundee. Our proposals are a response to emboldened thinking already happening in the city, a commitment to diversify the economy, to develop the city’s leisure and cultural offer and an opportunity to tell the city’s story of development including its innate and future connection with the sea.

Meet the Team

Fiona Mcintyre

Managing Director

Laura Clark

Director

Steve Harris

Director

Jean Main

Director

Carolyn Maniukiewizc

Director