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The Burgesses of Guild of the City and Royal Burgh of Aberdeen ranks as one of the oldest civic institutions in Scotland. We are first mentioned in historical documents in the year 1124 when Aberdeen was a centre of trade and commerce. Much of the city's history stems from the actions of its early Burgesses who were charged with guarding the Burgh with its laws and customs. More than 800 years after formation the Burgesses of Aberdeen now number some 1,100 men and women who have been admitted on the strength of their character, professional reputation and involvement in the civic life of Aberdeen.

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Latest News

Aberdeen City Council Community Planning Survey

Posted By Garry Stevens

Dear Burgesses Today Community Planning Aberdeen has launched an online simulator to enable citizens to express what is important and of value to them and for their community.  Please help cascade and promote the following information to you

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2nd March 2021 No Comments

Virtual Lunch – 24th March 2021

Posted By Garry Stevens

We are delighted to announce that we have another virtual lunch lined up for Wednesday 24th March at 12.15pm Guest speaker is Colin Wight who is well known to us as our local news reporter with BBC Scotland and now latterly with STV. Colin's subject will be covering his

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19th February 2021 No Comments

ACVO SEEKING TRUSTEES/DIRECTORS (Aberdeen’s third sector interface “TSI”)

Posted By Garry Stevens

Acvo if the third sector interface for Aberdeen city that provides support, learning and development opportunities, governance advice, representation, and capacity building for individuals and organisations through a diverse range of work. Whether you want to know more abou

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15th February 2021 No Comments

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