The Special Attraction at this year’s Crieff Highland Gathering will be the spectacular Adrenaline Tour Quad Stunt Show
The Chieftain at this year's Crieff Highland Gathering is television presenter and adventurer, Mark Beaumont
The Crieff Highland Gathering Charitable Trust was established in November 1997 as a charity for the public benefit to advance the education of the public and in particular the inhabitants of Crieff and the Strathearn area in Scottish and Highland culture, history and geneology
Crieff Highland Gathering Trust is delighted to announce a donation of £400 to young Highland Dancer Cara MacGregor
The Crieff Highland Games rely on the generosity of sponsors to help with the cost of running the many events
We would like to thank our existing sponsors for their generous support of our Games, and we welcome new sponsorship.
The sponsorship money is put towards the Sponsor’s preferred event to help with the prize money, etc. In return the sponsor receives advertising in the Games Park on the day.
There is a also a list of Sponsors printed in the programme, this website and an advertising slot is often arranged as part of the deal. Throughout the particular event the commentator ensures that the public knows who the sponsor is by frequent referrals.
Having attended the Crieff Highland Gathering for many years now, the hospitality in the corporate marquee this year was the best yet!
With superb surroundings , a fabulous lunch, great service and the best view of the action in the park, my guests could not help but enjoy themselves.
The whole package represents fantastic value for money and we now look forward to next year´s Games. Gail 28/08/2014
Whilst on Holiday at Lochearnhead we heard about the Crieff Highland Gathering. Having never been to anything like this before my wife and i thought we would give it a go.
We arrived at 10:30. Having looked around all the stores (at least twice!) sampled brilliant food, met and spoke to brilliant knowledgeable people, enjoyed every single event (I am a competitive cyclist so especially enjoyed the grass track cycling which I had never seen before) marvelled at the skill of the dancers and strength of the heavyweight competitors, cheered on the runners AND met Andy (Freddie) Flintoff as well. We finally left at about 17:30!!
Can't remember when I last had such a great days entertainment. Even the occasional shower did not dampen our enthusiasm. Please pass on my thanks to all involved in the organization and hope to see you all again next year. (please can you confirm which (facebook?) page I am best "liking" to keep up with future events and of course next years date so as I can make sure our holiday is booked to coincide with the event. David & Margaret Shipley (Wirral) 19/08/2014