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Grampian (Roinn a' Mhonaidh in Gaelic) was a local government region of Scotland from 1975 to 1996. It is now divided into the unitary council areas of:
Moray
Aberdeenshire
City of Aberdeen


The region had five districts:
Aberdeen
Banff and Buchan
Gordon
Kincardine and Deeside
Moray
The region took its name from the Grampian Mountains.

Grampian continues to have a joint police service, fire service, and electoral, valuation, and Health boards.

If one is the winner of certain events, defeating all competitors in this region, that person is known as the "Grampian Champion."

Locations within Grampian:

Aberchirder
Aberdeen
Aberlour
Aboyne
Achnastank
Aldie
Alford
Arbuthnott
Archiestown
Ardwell
Auchinblae
Auchindachy
Auchleven
Auchmacoy
Auchnagatt
Aultmore
Badenyon
Ballater
Ballaterich
Ballogie
Balmedie
Banchory
Banchory Devenick
Banff
Bankhead
Belhelvie
Bellabeg
Bethelnie
Bieldside
Birkhall
Birse
Blackburn
Blackford
Blackmill
Bogniebrae
Boyndie
Braemar
Bridge of Achbreck
Bridge of Alford
Bridge of Gairn
Bridge of Lossie
Bridgend
Buckie
Bucksburn
Burghead
Cabrach
Cairness
Camphill
Carnaquheen
Carron
Caskieben
Chapel of Garioch
Clova
Clunie
Cobairdy
Cock Bridge
Coilacriech
Coldstone
Colpy
Colquhonny
Coltfield
Comers
Cookney
Cornhill
Corse
Corsindae
Coull
Cove
Craigdam
Craigearn
Craigellachie
Crathie
Crimond
Crook of Alves
Crovie
Cullen
Cults
Cuminestown
Cummingstown
Cushnie
Dallas
Daviot
Delnabo
Denmore
Dens
Dinnet
Drumblade
Drumfergue
Drumin
Drumlithie
Drybridge
Dufftown
Duffus
Dunecht
Dunlugas
Dunnottar
Dyce
Dyke
Easter Elchies
Easter Gaulrig
Echt
Elgin
Ellon
Fetterangus
Fettercairn
Fetteresso
Fife Keith
Findochty
Fingask
Finzean
Fochabers
Fordyce
Forres
Foveran
Fraserburgh
Fyvie
Gamrie
Gannachy
Gardenstown
Garlogie
Garmond
Garmouth
Garvock
Gaulrig
Glen Barry
Glenbervie
Gordonstown
Hatton
Hatton of Fintray
Haugh of Glass
Hirn
Hobseat
Hopeman
Huntly
Ianstown
Inchmarlo
Inchrory
Inkhorn
Insch
Inver
Inverbervie
Inverernan
Inverey
Invergelder
Inverkeithny
Inverugie Mill
Inverurie
Keig
Keith
Keithan
Kellas
Kemnay
Kildrummy
Kinaldie
Kincardine O'Neil
Kinloss
Kinmuck
Kinnernie
Kintessack
Kintore
Kirkhill of Kennethmont
Kirkton of Culsalmond
Kirkton of Durris
Kirkton of Glenbuchat
Kirkton of Logie Buchan
Kirkton of Skene
Kirktown of Alvah
Kirktown of Auchterless
Kirktown of Bourtie
Kirktown of Clatt
Kirktown of Deskford
Kirktown of Mortlach
Knock
Knockandhu
Knockando
Largue
Laurencekirk
Leochel-Cushnie
Leslie
Letterfourie
Lhanbryd
Longmanhill
Longmorn
Longside
Lossiemouth
Lumphanan
Lumsden
Lyne
Macduff
Marnoch
Maryculter
Maud
Meikle Kinord
Meikle Wartle
Methlick
Migvie
Milltimber
Milltown
Milltown of Auchindown
Milton of Auchinhove
Milton of Murtle
Mintlaw
Monymusk
Mountblairy
Muir of Kinellar
Mulben
Nether Kinmundy
Nethermuir
New Aberdour
New Deer
New Leads
New Pitsligo
Newbyth
Newmacher
Newmill
Old Aberdeen
Old Deer
Old Rayne
Oldmeldrum
Orbliston
Ordie
Oyne
Pannanich
Pennan
Peterculter
Pitcaple
Pitfichie
Pitlurg
Pitmedden
Pittodrie
Pittrichie
Pittulie
Plaidy
Port Elphinstone
Portessie
Portgordon
Portknockie
Portsoy
Potarch
Pyke
Raemoir
Rafford
Rathen
Rathven
Redmoss
Rhynie
Roadside
Rora
Rosehearty
Rothes
Rothienorman
Saint Catherines Wells
Saint Fergus
Sandend
Sandhaven
Schivas
Slioch
Stoneywood
Stotfield
Strachan
Strathdon
Strichen
Stuartfield
Tarland
Tarves
Thainstone
Tifty
Tillery
Tillinamolt
Tillyfour
Tillyfourie
Tillyminnate
Tomintoul
Tomnavoulin
Tornahaish
Torphins
Torry
Tough
Towie
Tullynessle
Turriff
Tyrie Mains
Urquhart
Wells of Ythan
West Cults
Wester Gaulrig
Whitehills
Whitehouse
Ythsie


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