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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

New trees mark Queen’s Platinum Jubilee

The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee is being celebrated by planting trees and flowers to mark Her Majesty’s 70 years of service. The planting forms part of The Queen’s Green Canopy, a tree planting initiative to mark the occasion, and one that invites people from across the United Kingdom to ‘Plant a Tree for the Jubilee’. Provost… Read more »Read more

Indoor cycling classes expand at Badenoch Centre

New indoor cycling bikes have arrived at the Badenoch Centre allowing more people to take part in classes. The Kingussie leisure centre now has 30 spaces for Circuit Spin classes on Mondays, and indoor cycling on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Centre manager Fraser Tulloch said: “The new bikes are the latest and best model on the… Read more »Read more

Family fun day at Kinlochleven

A family fun day will be held in Kinlochleven next weekend. The event takes place at the Leven Centre on Riverside Road and on the Kinlochleven 3-18 Campus on Saturday (March 19) between 10am and 4pm. Organised by High Life Highland Area Youth Officer John Taylor, he said: “We hope to see the whole community… Read more »Read more

In conversation with world-renowned anatomist and forensic anthropologist Professor Dame Sue Black

To celebrate International Women’s Day, High Life Highland will be talking to world-renowned anatomist and forensic anthropologist Professor Dame Sue Black. The discussion, releasing on YouTube on Tuesday (March 8), is with Highland Archive Service Community Engagement Officer Lorna Steele-McGinn, well known for her Learn with Lorna series. Lorna said: “This year marks the 190th… Read more »Read more

Inverness Castle transformation – next step forward

Construction work to transform Inverness Castle into a new world class visitor attraction has moved a step closer following the issue of the main construction contract by The Highland Council, as announced by Kate Forbes, Cabinet Secretary for Finance and the Economy, during a visit to the site today. The contract has been awarded to… Read more »Read more