A campaign to build a wildlife-spotting centre with views across Aberdeen harbour and its famous dolphin population is more than halfway towards its fundraising goal, thanks to public and corporate support.
Hundreds of visitors travelled to Torry Battery to raise cash for a future wildlife-spotting centre designed to show off Aberdeen’s famous dolphin population.
Members of the public will get a behind-the-scenes look at the £350million Aberdeen Harbour expansion this week, as a major festival draws to a close.
Wildlife lovers raising vital funds to help open a world-class dolphin-spotting centre in Aberdeen will be celebrated this month.
Aberdeen MP Ross Thomson has urged local organisations, residents and businesses to make the Greyhope Bay project a reality.
The first stage of transforming a historic city fortification into a world-class wildlife centre could be completed by next spring.
Dolphin capital of the world – could this become the new globally-recognised nickname for Aberdeen?
A project to transform a historic fortification in Aberdeen into a “world-class” wildlife tourist destination and celebration of the city’s wartime heritage could open this summer.
Plans to transform a historic Aberdeen artillery battery into a “world-class” dolphin visitor attraction have made a splash with business leaders and the RSPB.
A large metal cylinder block was discovered wedged in between the rocks at Greyhope Bay in Aberdeen over the weekend.
Marine centre plans take off with launch of funding campaign and pop-up shop in Aberdeen shopping centre
Plans to create a £10million centre dedicated to celebrating the north-east’s marine life are progressing today with the launch of a fundraising campaign and pop-up shop.
Visitors to Aberdeen’s coastline are now able to enjoy a bird’s eye view of the ongoing £350million expansion of the existing harbour.
Ambitious, multimillion-pound plans to create a “world-class” dolphin-watching centre in Aberdeen are set to be backed by the council.
A group of marine scientists has claimed the expansion of Aberdeen Harbour could drive dolphins away from the area.
Thousands turn out to discover how Greyhope Bay could transform Aberdeen into world-class dolphin destination
Hundreds of families attended a fun day in Aberdeen at the weekend to find out more about £10million plans to transform the north-east into a world-class destination for dolphin watching at the weekend.
Planners behind a £10million dolphin watching centre overlooking Aberdeen Harbour have given a first glimpse of how the new facility could look.
A special family fun day will be held this weekend to promote a project which could transform the north-east into a world-class destination for dolphin watching.
A talented teenage artist is on the crest of wave after creating a sensational sculpture to raise funds for a £10million dolphin centre in Aberdeen.
A 1980's pop sensation has said plans to transform the north-east into a world-class destination for dolphin watching will be a Labour of Love well worth it.
A charity campaign, sponsored by the Press and Journal, is striving to transform the north-east into a world-class destination for dolphin watching.
A bright but chill day at the dawning of 2017 day proves as good as any to think about fresh ventures.
Plans for a £10million dolphin watching centre overlooking Aberdeen Harbour have reached a “pivotal” stage as backers await the outcome of a business plan evaluation.