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At the time it was just a scrap piece of land, but the Braemar Friendly Society, who organise the games, have developed it over the years and now have a permanent amphitheatre.
On September 14, Braemar Castle will host a Stevenson Supper in celebration of the writer.
Wavespec, founded in 1993 and acquired by Braemar in 1997, provides technical consultancy and engineering services to the oil & gas shipping and terminal industries.
The treat was delivered to Balmoral Castle shortly after Her Majesty's visit to the Braemar and Crathie Church biennial sale in the church hall just along the road from the castle.
We had cruised up one of Spain's great rivers, the Guadalquivir, and the size of Braemar was ideal for this sort of trip.
The Response business was part of Braemar's Technical division and is an environmental consultancy, contracting and training service provider in the marine, oil and gas, road and rail industries.
Before leaving, the Queen and the Duke of Rothesay officially unveiled the newly-built Highland Games Pavilion, which will open to the public next year and will showcase the history of the Highland Games, not just in Braemar but across the world.
Braemar's four-night M1824 'River Seine Sojourn' cruise, leaving Southampton on September 28, starts from PS399 per person.
The alarm was raised after the 65-year-old man failed to return from a walk on Lochnagar, near Braemar in Aberdeenshire, on Friday night.
A temperature of minus 6degC (21.2degF) was recorded in Braemar, Aberdeenshire - but that still lagged behind the coldest November temperature last year, when minus 12.1degC (10.2degF) was registered, again in Braemar.
Braemar Energy Ventures, a venture capital investor in energy technology companies, has announced Nippon Shokubai's planned acquisition of one of its portfolio companies, Sirrus, Inc., subject to customary closing conditions, Braemar said.