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High Life Highland’s Virtual Running Series 2022 

Children across the Highlands have run over 24,000km as part of a challenge by High Life Highland (HLH). The HLH Virtual Running Series ran throughout March and encouraged primary school aged children to get outside and take part, whether around their local area, at school or on a running track. In total, 58 schools took… Read more »Read more

High Life Highland thanks staff and public for Ukraine donations

High Life Highland will be donating over £15,000 to the Disaster Emergency Committee appeal for Ukraine following a weekend of fundraising. In support The Highland Council’s Highland Weekend of Action for Ukraine, HLH is sending £15,426 which comes from staff and public donations to the humanitarian appeal. More than four million people have fled Ukraine… Read more »Read more

Highland communities get behind Stress Awareness Month

Highland Community Planning Partnership supports Stress Awareness Month and encourages communities across Highland to continue to play their part in the ‘Community’ based theme throughout the month of April. Stress Awareness Month is held each year in the month of April to raise awareness of the causes and cures for our modern stress epidemic. The… Read more »Read more

Spirit of the Highlands and Islands project receives funding from the Natural and Cultural Heritage Fund

New funding has been secured for the Spirit of the Highlands and Islands project to create innovative and interactive digital content showcasing people’s stories of the region. The grant comes from the Natural and Cultural Heritage Fund (NCHF), led by NatureScot and part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF). In partnership with VisitScotland, the… Read more »Read more

Join in the fun at Inverness this Easter

Kayaking, canoeing, biking, team games and other fun adventures will be available for children this Easter holidays. High Life Highland’s outdoor activities team is bringing a raft of activities for the holidays taking place in and around Inverness. The fun includes: Week one April 4-8 Paddle Power in the Park takes place on April 4… Read more »Read more

New Interim Chair and Vice Chair for Highland Youth Parliament

The Highland Youth Parliament (HYP), the elected parliament for young people in the Highlands, has voted in a new Interim Chair and Vice-Chair. Hamish Nott from Millburn, Inverness is the new Interim Chair and Jean Don from Thurso is the Interim Vice-Chair. Supported by High Life Highland’s Youth Development team, they will hold the positions… Read more »Read more

Become an Independent Director at High Life Highland

High Life Highland (HLH) is looking for two new non executive independent directors to join its Trading Board. As a community interest company, HLH Trading Board’s purpose is to generate income, largely through catering and retail, with profits gift-aided back to the main charity. The Trading Board plays an essential role in providing strategic direction,… Read more »Read more

Young photographer helps Highland Folk Museum capture the past

A young photographer from Inverness has been working with Highland Folk Museum to produce images for online tours of historic buildings. Murron Ferguson, 21, produced a series of black and white film photographs for the project which are included in the digital tours, and are also viewable on the High Life Highland Am Baile website…. Read more »Read more

High Life Highland Youth Development team win Excellence Award

High Life Highland’s Youth Development team are celebrating today, after being named as the winner of the Enabling Inclusive Communities award in the Generations Working Together Excellence Awards 2022. HLH won the award for their ongoing approach to ‘young people at the heart of our intergenerational work’ in the Black Isle in particular. The Generations… Read more »Read more