Recent newsletters from kindred groups

22 May 2021

We have recently received newsletters from

Culbokie Community Trust, with information about plans for the proposed Active Travel route (consultation now closed), a virtual treasure hunt, development at the Glascairn site, submission to the local development plan consultation, and more

Cromarty Arts Trust,  inviting applications for a Student Residency Prize, and with information about art and writing workshops, classical music concerts in July, and holiday accommodation available in the old Brewery and Ardyne House

Planet Sutherland,  reporting on polytunnel and permaculture events, development of the Highland Good Food Partnership and other food partnership activities, and a new initiative to promote the sharing of events, ideas and information between environmental, climate and community groups throughout the Highlands and Islands

The Black Isle Partnership, reporting on the creation by default of a separate Highland Council Area Committe for the Black Isle and the co-option of a new director, inviting volunteers to work with the new council seasonal rangers, and announcing the postponement og Black Isle Wellbeing week until later in the year

And just arrived, Skye Climate action, packed with interesting information including preparations for the Climate Feis planned for August in the run up to the COP26 UN climate conference in Glasgow in November

Finally, SCCAN (Scottish Communities Climate Action Network), including an excellent video in which leading figures within the organisation explain how it works.

Find them all under the main  News  tab  on the menu.



We are part of the rapidly expanding worldwide Transition Towns movement. The Black Isle is a peninsula of about 100 sq miles ENE of Inverness in Scotland, UK.