The Friendly Games in the Forest Village
When: 2nd Saturday in August, 10 am to 5 pm (approx)
Where: Nethy Bridge Games Field, PH25 3DA
Cost: Adult £8.00 | Child £4.00 | Family £20.00
Clan Grant Gathering
The Clan Grant tent on the Games field is where all Clan Grant members are welcomed as old friends and offered warm Highland hospitality.
In 2005 the 125th Abernethy Games played host to the second International Gathering of the Clan Grant Society.
2010 saw the third International Clan Grant Gathering when the Games Chieftain was Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation, Chad Corntassel Smith, a direct descendant of Ludovick Grant of nearby Castle Grant, who sailed to the United States in the 1700s.
Abernethy Highland Games Association
Abernethy Highland Games and Clan Grant Gathering are held on the playing field in the centre of Nethy Bridge on the second Saturday of August. These are one of the oldest traditional games in Scotland. Known as the “Friendly Games” they are renowned for the stirring sound and spectacle of the Massed Pipe Bands, of around 150 musicians.
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