Moray is located in the North East of Scotland and offers the best of Scotland: from quiet beaches, farming, cliffs, fishing villages, rolling hills and salmon rivers to the Cairngorm Mountains and is bordered by the Moray Firth coastline (a great dolphin spotting site).

Moray has it’s own character and a heritage to be proud of. Once the centre of Pictland, it was invaded by the Romans and became the country of MacBeth. Moray is also well known for its whisky distilleries.

Moray is divided into three areas:-

Moray East, which consists of Buckie, Cullen, Drummuir, Findochty, Fochabers, Garmouth, Keith, Kingston, Lhanbryde, Mosstodloch, Mulben, Newmill, Portgordon, Portknockie and Rothiemay.

Moray West, which consists of Burghead, Duffus, Dyke, Elgin, Findhorn, Forres, Hopeman, Kinloss, Lossiemouth and Mosstowie.

Speyside, which consists of Aberlour, Craigellachie, Dufftown, Knockando, Rothes and Tomintoul.

Moray has a variety of attractions, which cater for all interests and ages. From the beautiful countryside and museums to sports facilities and social places for eating and entertaining. For more information log onto www.scottishfamilies.gov.uk select Childcare in Local Areas, choose Moray from the Authority section, select GO, select Advice and Other Services then click on the topics of interest to you.

Moray can be accessed via car, bus, rail or plane (via Inverness or Aberdeen airports) – for more information on how to find Moray Childcare Partnership please see Contact Us Section.