Dyce

Dyce (Scottish Gaelic: Deis) is a civil parish and suburb of Aberdeen, Scotland, about 6 miles (9.7 km) north west of Aberdeen city centre, and best known as the location of the city's airport. It is on the River Don.

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Dyce (disambiguation)
... Dyce is a suburb of Aberdeen, Scotland ... Dyce may also refer to Dyce Academy, one of two state schools within the town of Dyce Dyce railway station, a railway station serving the town of Dyce People with the surname Dyce ...
Dyce - Parks and Recreation
... facilities including the local junior football team Dyce F.C who currently play in the Scottish Junior Football Association North Region and the cricket team ... Dyce also have an amateur football team, currently named Dyce ITC Hydraulics in honour of its sponsors ITC Hydarulics also of Dyce ... Dyce ITC currently play in the Aberdeenshire Amateur Association Premier League and play their home games at Pitmedden Road in Dyce ...
Charles Andrew Dyce
... Charles Andrew Dyce (1816–1853) was born in St Nicholas, Aberdeen, Scotland to parents William Dyce and Margaret Chalmers who were married on 8 Feb 1798 ... Charles is also the younger brother of William Dyce (1806–1864), a renowned Scottish artist and a Royal Academician ... These works of art now form The Charles Dyce Collection found in the South Southeast Asian Gallery of the National University of Singapore (NUS) Museum ...
Roxy's Baby
... Luckily, she finds help in the form of Mr and Mrs Dyce, a couple who host young pregnant women in their country house ... Things quickly become suspicious the girls in the Dyce's care are completely cut off from the rest of the world, not allowed to leave the grounds, or even read newspapers or listen to the radio, and ... The Dyce's have answers to all of these, but things still seem odd ...
Glasgow To Aberdeen Line - Services - From December 2008
... - one each southbound from Inverurie and Dyce and a northbound service to Dyce ... Aberdeen Crossrail has increased the number of services stopping at Dyce with connections for Aberdeen Airport ...