Grampian ( Scottish Gaelic Roinn a ' Mhonaidh ) from 1975 to 1996, a region in north- east Scotland. Administrative headquarters was the town of Aberdeen.


The region was named after the Grampian Mountains.


The region was formed in 1975 from the city of Aberdeen and the counties of Aberdeenshire, Kincadineshire, Banffshire, and the largest part of the county Morayshire. After that, the region was divided into five districts:

  • Aberdeen
  • Banff and Buchan
  • Gordon
  • Moray
  • Kincardine and Deeside

In 1996, the regions and districts were abolished in Scotland and replaced by 32 unitary authorities. In the area of ​​Grampian Region three unitary authorities have been established:


The region continues to exist to this day, among other things as a police district ( " Grampian Police" ) and as a fire district ( " Grampian Fire and Rescue Service").