Incredible Chainsaw Carvings, and a great Family Day out!

Look Forward to Seeing You in Person
Saturday 3rd September 2022

The Return - Carve Carrbridge 2022

Welcome back to Carve Carrbridge – The Scottish Open Chainsaw Carving Competition.

In 2020 we swapped our mallets for a mouse, our tarpaulins and fencing for Youtube and Facebook.  The winning Carve was ‘Ready Tae Roam’ by Sam Bowsher

We are pleased to say we are back in action with a great response from the Carving community.

Many ‘weel kent’ faces and some new friends for us to meet.

We hope you will join us too on Saturday  3rd of September 2022.

Winner of the Virtual Carve 2020 Ready Tae Roam by Sam Bowsher

Event Information

On  Saturday 3rd Sept 2022, the carving will start at 10am gates open at 9.30 am.

Hosted at:
Sports Field,
PH23 3AS,

Tickets cost TBC for Adults, TBC for Under 16s, and under 5s go free!
There are no Concessionary arrangements as the event receives no subsidies is delivered wholly by local volunteers for village funds.

Car Parking is free and provided at the Landmark overflow car park and the Station Road old construction yard, with a free Vintage shuttle bus running regularly until approx 5.00pm.
Priority is given to Blue Badge Holders for the limited number of standard spaces in the Public Car Park on the day.

You can find out more information about the amazing Carvers on

About the Competition’ page, after March the 6th

Details about the stalls for this year’s event will be on the About the Stalls’ page later in April.

However we are please to keep the profiles of our 2019 supporters live and we hope you will find their information of interest in the short term.

The Scottish Open Chainsaw Carving Competition 2020


  1. Sam Bowsher
  2. Chris Wood
  3. Tom Harris Ward and Garry Shand


People’s Choice        Ian Williams



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Our Prize sponsors have been significantly impacted by Covid 19 and we would like to thank our Carvers in 2020 for entering for the joy of the event.

Our event would not be possible without their loyalty and their passion.