Welcome to Virtual Carve Carrbridge 2020

We would like to welcome you to our virtual Carve Carrbridge to mark the date in 2020 and hope you enjoy a great family day in.

Keep clicking and don’t forget to vote in the People’s Choice for the Carving you consider the best of this year’s entries.

Please visit our Activities Page for Green Woodwork demonstrations with Aaron Sterritt, Axe Throwing with Wooden Tom  Colouring for Kids Competition to win Family Day Tickets to Landmark Forest Adventure Park and of course the Badenoch and Strathspey Pipe Band.
Have a browse at our online shopping opportunities on the About the Stalls Page
Find out more about our Carvers and their work by clicking on their names which will take you to see their real time work
Take a leisurely tour of the Carving Trail to find out more about some of the Carvings you will see on the video and the there are a few other hidden surprises on our pages, see if you can find them.

We can’t bring the Sawdust, the roar of 24 Chainsaws and many other elements that make Carve Carrbridge a Great Family Day Out but we hope you will  enjoy the show.


We hope you enjoyed the Virtual Carve Carrbridge 2020 and hope to see you in person in 2022

Some of our content moved over onto Facebook and you can revisit them there if you missed them today.

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Enjoy The Ceilidh with Graeme MacKay in the Ceilidh Cabin

Stay Safe and Stay Well.

Best wishes from all of the Organising and Delivery team of Carve Carrbridge

Gavin, Lara, Doug, Stuart, Karen, Alan, Zoe, Dean and Mags

Special thanks to Karen A, Rob, Riley, Graeme and Alistair Shepard of Accudio .

From The Archives

Carrbridge Ahead are a Charitable Company Limited by Guarantee and the 13 Directors representing various interests and groups in the village, are an ideal organisation to oversee the distribution of the proceeds of Carve Carrbridge to local projects and good causes such as the Carrbridge Young Persons Bursary

Sponsors are a vital part of Village Events and Carve Carrbridge are blessed to have such vibrant businesses in our community.

Covid 19 has hit hard but the resilience of spirit is to be commended.

Local artists Rona and Rosie have been on the Judging panel from some years. Their perspective gives an insight and continuity for this year’s virtual Carve Judging.

David Ritchie and Sons Ltd are a longstanding partner of Carve Carrbridge and have supported the event as it has evolved with a vast array of services
Like most businesses been impacted by Covid 19 and we hope you will watch their video below to see how the industry benefits all of us in a sustainable way.

We remain appreciative of their support and look forward to working with them in 2021


In the meantime see how their work is relevant to all of us by watching the video below and clicking on their logo (top right)

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