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Ceremony to symbol new fishing deteriorate on River Don

The opening of this year’s salmon fishing deteriorate on a River Don is to be noted with a special procession.

Members of a open “old and young” are invited to join a normal rite blessing of a River Don as a eventuality celebrates a 19th year on Saturday.

Inverurie Angling Association is mouth-watering participants to accumulate during a Kintore Arms Hotel during 9am for refreshments before a impetus sets off down High Street during 9.30am.

Led by a piper, a organisation will travel to a Don Bridge where a stream will be sanctified by a Reverend Rhona Cathcart of a West Parish Church.

Aberdeenshire Provost Bill Howatson will also be there to give an residence alongside Dr Lorraine Hawkins, executive of a Don and Dee Fishery Boards.


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Councillor Howatson will afterwards make a all-important “first cast” of a salmon fishing season.

The good health of a stream for another year will be toasted with a dram supposing by long-standing support Glen Garioch Distillery.

An Inverurie Angling Association orator said: “Hopefully a continue will be kind and this will be an tour enjoyed by everyone, immature and old.”

Representatives from a Oldmeldrum-based distillery will palm out prohibited toddies for participants.

Hot snacks and soothing drinks will also be available.

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