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Dundee Airport

Fly into Dundee for a conference and its magnificent riverside setting - the sparkling silvery Tay, the Rail and Road Bridges, the surrounding hills - will all be etched into your memory. Dundee Airport, on the shore of the River Tay and set against a panoramic backdrop of Fife, is less than 2 miles from the City Centre, but very easy to reach from the whole of the surrounding area. It is within minutes of Dundee's principal conference centres at the Caird and Marryat Halls, the University of Dundee, the University of Abertay Dundee, Ninewells Teaching Hospital, the Wellcome Institute, The Scottish Crop Research Institute, and the Technology Park. This friendly and easy to use airport provides a fast and frequent service between London City Airport with Scot Airways Dornier 328 Regional Airliner.


Elmwood Golf Course - Stratheden

Elmwood Golf Course is situated in the rural heart of North East Fife, close to St Andrews, "The Home of Golf". Elmwood Golf Course offers challenging golf to golfers of all abilities amongst some of the most scenic countryside in Fife. The course has been constructed to the highest standards by Elmwood College - the top European College for Golf Management Studies. You don't have to play a round of golf to appreciate what's on offer at Elmwood Fairways. Whether it's a quiet drink, a bar snack or a full three course meal, Fairways is there to welcome you.


Downfield Golf Club - Dundee

Welcome to Downfield Golf Club. Downfield is recognised as one of the finest inland course in the United Kingdom. Set in beautiful parkland, Dundee's premier course is a challenge to every golfer teeing off at the wonderful 1st hole and moving round the rolling contours of the course. The wildlife on the course is breathtaking with foxes, squirrels, deer, water fowl, ducks and buzzards, as well as many other interesting species scampering around. With over 100 species of tree within the perimeter it is no wonder people remember their visit long after they have gone away.


The University of Abertay Dundee

As a university we are immensely proud of our academic achievements but there is a great deal more to us. We are a modern new university, one with a long history and have quickly become one of Scotland's leading universities, highly ranked for our academic performance and with a talented group of students and academics who make us the success we are.


Alyth Golf Club - Alyth

An 18-hole (6,259 yds) heathland layout, Alyth Golf Club was established in 1894. The original 9 holes were designed by the master Old Tom Morris of St Andrews with James Braid completing the extension in 1934. Playing the course demands constant attention as a combination of tree lined fairways and diverse rolling terrain make the emphasis on precision golf rather than distance, although both are required. Alyth's most demanding aspect however, might be it's tranquil setting. Within the pines, silver birch and heather and overlooking the nearby hills, it is easy to lose yourself in the joys of a good game of golf with a layout so conceived that you barely notice other groups of golfers.


Dundee Football Club

Dundee Football Club, founded in 1893, is a professional football (soccer) team based in the city of Dundee, Scotland. In May 2005, Dundee FC was relegated from the Scottish Premier League, the top league of Scottish football. They are currently managed by Alan Kernaghan, having sacked Jim Duffy on the 25th of August 2005. Dundee play their home games at Dens Park. Unusually for a city of its size, Dundee supports two top class professional football teams, Dundee FC and Dundee United FC. The two teams are fierce rivals, despite having grounds that are within a few hundred yards of each other. Matches between the teams hold the British record for 'closest away fixture'.


Dundee United Football Club

Dundee United Football Club is a Scottish football club based in the city of Dundee. Officially they are nicknamed The Terrors with the supporters known as The Arabs, though the latter term has been applied equally, if not more, to the club in recent times via the sporting media. Occasionally, The Tangerines is another term used to describe the club. Their playing kit is distinct;tangerine in colour, first used when played under the Dallas Tornado moniker in the North American Soccer League of 1967. In European competition, they are Scotland's fourth most succesful team, competing 22 seasons in Europe, in a total of 104 European matches (5 more than Aberdeen F.C.) as of August, 2005.