www.blackislelarder.org


The Local Larder News page at www.blackislelarder.org/news is providing regularly updated information about how Black Isle food suppliers are operating  during the Covid-19 shutdown.

Our Local Larder   at     www.blackislelarder.org

is a website set up by Transition Black Isle in 2017 to showcase producers and suppliers of local food, and places to eat and drink, on and around the Black Isle.

Entries in the directory are arranged in convenient categories, so that you can view the entries in any category in a list and see their locations on a map, then select an entry to go to a full page with more details.  You can also search by category and location or  business name.

There are pages with food ideas and suggestions, information about the local Community Markets, and video interviews with some of the producers and local MSP Kate Forbes - and lots of pictures of mouth-watering food and beautiful Black Isle landscapes.

Explore the site today - and tell your friends.       www.blackislelarder.org

 

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Forthcoming Events…

Monday 28 November
14:00 SCCAN networking event - Energy conservation
Tuesday 29 November
09:30 Nourish Scotland - Agriculture Bill consultation workshops
Thursday 1 December
19:00 FLS Community consultation on Black Isle Land Management Plan
Wednesday 7 December
09:15 CoMoUK Shared Transport Conference
Thursday 8 December
NA      CoMoUK Shared Transport Conference
Saturday 10 December
10:30 Cromarty Community Market
Wednesday 14 December
08:30 Online conference - Next steps for UK climate change policy
Saturday 17 December
NA      Culbokie Community Market

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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.