Registration numbers by region and area code
Phone numbers with the standard code 01888, associated with Turriff, appear in the following registers:
There are 18,887,909 numbers registered on TPS, and 2,292,125 numbers registered on CTPS (figures correct as of 22/1/2019).
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Turriff is a town and civil parish in Aberdeenshire in Scotland. It lies on the River Deveron, about 166 feet above sea level, and has a population of 5,708. In everyday speech it is often referred to by its Scots name, Turra, which is derived from the Scottish Gaelic pronunciation.
There are four Churches in Turriff, St Ninian's , St Andrew's , St Congan's , and a Baptist church.
Turriff has a primary school, Turriff Primary School and a secondary school . Turriff Primary School is a new build which replaced the old Markethill Primary School and opened to pupils on 22 August 2017. People from the surrounding areas, including the villages of Cuminestown, Fyvie and King Edward attend the secondary school.
Bank of Scotland, Royal Bank of Scotland, Santander UK , Clydesdale Bank and TSB have branches in the town. The main supermarket chains are Tesco and Co-op Food and there are numerous specialist shops including two dispensing pharmacies. The town has a library, a sports centre and swimming pool. It is served by Turriff Cottage Hospital. In October 2013, Aberdeenshire Council approved a licence to occupy the Municipal Building to a volunteer group for use as a general community centre, while they completed their Community Asset Transfer of the building. The group renamed the building Turriff Town House, the official handover was expected to be completed in 2016 but in June 2016 the group announced that they had not been successful in their Stage 2 Community Asset Transfer. The group retained the licence to occupy until October 28 2016 when the building was returned to Aberdeenshire Council. Turriff and District Heritage Society requested, and were successful in gaining a Community Asset Transfer of the building and renamed it Turriff Heritage Centre.
Turriff has a senior football club called Turriff United F.C. who now play in the Highland League, having been voted into membership on 26 February 2009. Turriff United Ladies play in the SWFL Second Division and there is also an amateur club, Turriff Thistle, which plays in the AAFA Division Two.Source: Wikipedia