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The village of Peterculter

Peterculter, a thriving village also known as Culter, is a suburb of Aberdeen, and is situated approximately eight miles inland from Aberdeen city centre. Comprising a population of just over 7,000 people and enjoys easy access to the city.


Just off the A9 on the B979, Peterculter is on the northern banks of the River Dee, near the confluences with Crynoch Burn and Leuchar Burn. Following the 1996 Scottish council boundary changes it became part of the City of Aberdeen's Lower Deeside ward.


Due to its nearness to Aberdeen City and being only about thirty miles from the Cairngorm National Park, Culter is a poular are. In and around the town itself there are many local walks, including its connection to the Deeside Way at the site of the former Culter railway station.

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