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Inspiring communities through the Tapestry of the Highlands and Islands

Passion, dedication and wholehearted enthusiasm – qualities seen in abundance during the two-year duration of the Tapestry of the Highlands and Islands project. Over 600 stitchers volunteered to be part of this community-led project with stitching groups formed across the area to work on individual panels. As the many hundreds involved meet fellow stitchers and… Read more »Read more

Two Highlands-based pupils announced as winner and runner up of coveted Fleming Collection art competition


High Life Highland is delighted to announce that two young Highlands-based artists have been selected as winner and runner up of the Fleming Collection’s third annual summer art competition this year. To inspire young creative minds over the summer, the Fleming Collection runs art competitions asking entrants to submit a painting, drawing, sculpture, assemblage, photograph… Read more »Read more

All welcome: Highland Young Musicians to host upcoming ‘Taster Day’ for prospective members

HYM 2023 concert

High Life Highland’s Music Tuition Service is providing the exciting opportunity for young musicians across the Highlands to register for membership in the flagship Highland Young Musicians groups. Highland Young Musicians activities provide fantastic opportunities to progress from the many school, area, and independent groups which exist throughout the region. There are currently six groups:… Read more »Read more

Renewable energy at forefront of UK Government Ministerial visit

The Castle Street Energy Centre, a key city centre regeneration project, featured in a visit to the area by UK Government Minister for Scotland, Malcolm Offord. (Friday 1 September 2023). The visit by Minister Offord to see the developments came following work having started on the Castle Street Energy Centre, in recent weeks, as part… Read more »Read more

Fun photo marks 50-year time capsule countdown

Competition winners, North Kessock Primary School, hosted a very special event today, surrounded by two Highland football heroes, the Loch Ness Monster and 50 Dream Rings, to mark the Inverness Castle Experience 50-year time capsule countdown. Representatives from the school sealed their winning ‘top five items’ inside the time capsule, which will be suspended in… Read more »Read more