No formal head count was taken of visitors to Aberdeen’s Christmas Village last year - and it ended up saving the authority £10,000.
The fair rides are still in full swing in Aberdeen’s Broad Street, but there is already an £800,000 incentive on offer for firms to bring the city’s Christmas village into the next decade.
A north-east charity is offering people the chance to remember their loved ones by placing a personal decoration on a Christmas tree in the heart of Aberdeen.
A group of Aberdeen residents have called on First to revise its bus routes while the Christmas Village is running.
Aberdeen's Christmas village will return to the city in November, with local businesses being urged to join the burgeoning attraction.
It might only be summer, but council bosses are already planning for Christmas.
Aberdeen’s flagship Christmas village attraction brought in more than £1.2 million for the city- but is still struggling to match the impact it enjoyed in its previous location.
Police chiefs have revealed that crime levels in Aberdeen city centre plummeted over the festive period, following an overall 32% drop over the past three years.
Culture bosses have kicked off the season with their biggest and best Aberdeen Christmas Village so far.
Concerns have been raised that office workers could be distracted by towering fairground rides erected as part of Aberdeen’s Christmas celebrations.
Plans are being drawn up to expand Aberdeen’s Christmas village attraction this year.
One of the sure signs of the festive season being over came yesterday when Aberdeen’s Christmas Village was dismantled.
The Aberdeen Christmas Village will be closed tomorrow as the region braces itself for Storm Caroline.
Aberdeen’s Christmas Village drew to a close last night, having attracted hundreds of thousands of visitors during the past five weeks.
Aberdeen's popular winter festival was launched yesterday, with organisers pledging it will be even bigger and better than last year.
Aberdeen City Council will be asked to look at allowing people to booze on the streets.
Due to high winds the Christmas Village will be closed today. Aberdeen Inspired tweeted the closure. Due to high winds the Christmas Village will be closed today. We apologise for any inconvenience caused. #abdnxmas — Aberdeen Inspired (@AbdnInspired) December 30, 2015
Plans have been approved to allow drinking alcohol in public places in Aberdeen during the Christmas period.
A busy city-centre street will shut today for the rest of the festive season to accommodate a new Yuletide attraction.
Aberdeen will soon be transformed into a winter wonderland with the most wonderful time of the year just around the corner.
An invitation for musicians to play for free at a Christmas festival has been met with a frosty reception.