Chuck Hay Farmers Bonspiel

THE CHUCK HAY FARMERS’ CURLING BONSPIEL, Dewars Centre, Perth Wednesday 24th to Friday 26th January 2024, Where auld acquaintances will be renewed and new friendships made You are cordially invited to enter a team for this 32 team event consisting of 8 sections of 4 Progressing to a high or low road, three games guaranteed on 24th and 25th with …

Eve calls ‘time’ on elite curling

Back in 2014, Eve Muirhead came along to show off her first Olympic medal to local Perthshire school children. Now, as Europe Champion, Olympic Champion, Worlds Doubles Champion in 2022, she has announced that she is moving on from elite level curling. Huge congratulations to Eve on an absolutely brilliant curling career and all good wishes for ‘whatever comes next’.  …

Perth Masters 2023

It is still the intention of the Perth Masters Committee to run the 2023 event at Dewars Centre, Perth from Wednesday 4th to Saturday 7th January 2023 (please note this is a change from the normal Thursday to Sunday). They have spoken with our main sponsor Mercure Perth Hotel, and they are keen to continue to support us. The event …

Bill Duncan’s services to curling and to charity recognised with MBE

Among the Queen’s Birthday Honours announced during the Platinum Jubilee celebrations was the award of Member of the British Empire to Perth man Bill Duncan. He received the MBE for his services to curling and to charity. Born in 1947 in Perth, Bill attended Caledonian Road school before moving on to Perth Academy, leaving in 1964 to join what was …

Mili Smith steps away from full-time curling

After winning Olympic and European gold medals last season Perth’s Mili Smith has decided to step away from full time curling to focus on teaching as the 24-year-old is about to embark on a Post Graduate Diploma of Education (PGDE) at the University of Dundee in August.   Smith has made this decision after a spectacular season which saw her …

Perth curling development forum at Perth

Scottish Curling and Live Active Leisure are hosting an evening at Dewars Centre open to members of clubs, from Junior, Disability, Gateway and Province clubs, who wish to feed their views into the future of curling in Perth as the sport seeks to recover from the halt of participation caused by the pandemic. Places are limited due to COVID-19 related …