THE GLAMIS Gathering to mark Her Majesty The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee takes place on Sunday (May 20) at Glamis Castle.
Gates are open from 10.30 a.m. onwards. Tayside Police have stated that a large volume of traffic is expected and in order to prevent congestion in the surrounding area, it is requested that traffic attending the event follows the travel routes provided:
Traffic travelling from Perth, will leave the City Centre along the A94 (Scone Road); continue along the A94 through Balbeggie; continue along the A94 through Burrelton; continue along the A94 to Coupar Angus; follow the A94 through Coupar Angus, signed Forfar; continue along the A94 through Meigle; continue along the A94 to Glamis; follow event signage into the event.
From Forfar (and areas north of Forfar):
From the A90, follow signage onto A94 to Glamis; travel along A94 to Glamis village; follow event signage into the event.
From Kirriemuir (and areas north of Kirriemuir):
On leaving Kirriemuir, travel south on the A928, to Glamis; follow event signage into the event.
From A90 (south of Forfar to Perth):
Travel north on the A90; do not leave the A90, until its junction with the A94; turn left onto the A94; travel along the A94 to Glamis village; follow event signage into the event.
All drivers are requested to use the event car parks within the castle grounds as a ‘no parking’ plan will be in place in Glamis village.
Due to the volume of vehicles, some delays are expected when leaving the castle grounds. Police officers and stewards will actively manage queues in order to have vehicles exit the area as quickly and efficiently as possible. The patience and consideration of drivers attending the event will be greatly appreciated.