What's on in Queensferry

  • Loony Dook - 1st January
    This world famous event, organised by The Moorings Lounge in South Queensferry, involves a huge number of people taking the plunge in the river forth in the shadow of the famous bridges every New Years Day. We welcome up to 500 participants and 3000 spectators from literally all over the world. In addition it has raised in excess of £60,000 for local charities, not to mention the many thousands of pounds which "dookers" raise for their own chosen good causes. For more information visit their website: www.loonydook.co.uk

  • Snowdrops at Dalmeny - Feb/March
    The grounds of nearby stately home Dalmeny House contain one of the finest collections of snowdrops in the country. They make a stunning sight when they come into bloom each spring and are well worth a visit. Stout walking boots are recommended.

  • Raft Race - June
    Lots of activities both on and of the water are held to coincide with the town’s annual Raft Race. Teams from all over the country take part in water rafts to compete in a fun-packed race on the Forth

  • Ferry Fair Festival - August
    This week long event is organised primarily as a festival of sports and entertainments for the children of the Burgh, culminating in the crowning of a Ferry Fair Queen, chosen by the children of the local primary schools. There is a tour of the Burgh by the Queen-elect and her court followed by a wonderful display of decorated floats, marching bands and all manner of unusual vehicles. For more information visit: Ferry Fair Festival

  • South Queensferry Arts Festival - September
    We offer to the community a collection of art exhibitions, workshops, music, dance, storytelling and many other activities. Programmes available from Common Ground Arts

  • It's a Knockout - September
    This is a great afternoon organised by local PTA's and Rotary Club for local school children. There are inflatables and It’s a Knockout style games.

  • Christmas Pageant - December
    The Christmas Pageant is the biggest in Scotland, attracting more than 3,000 people to the centre of the Burgh to celebrate the start of the festive season. The evening features Santa arriving on one of the rooftops before riding his sleigh along the High Street. With kiddies rides, mulled wine, home-made soup, porridge to go and the Jubilee FM Christmas Disco, the street is abuzz with festive fun. Following the traditional switching on of the lights, fireworks across the Forth light up the sky and trigger off the singing and dancing.

For more information on upcoming events, or if you have an event that you would like mentioned, please email us at: info@qba.org.uk

 
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