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Inverness Castle transformation – tour guides wanted

Recruitment is now underway for people to lead tours around Castlehill in Inverness during the coming months. The guides will lead tours that will take a peek behind the hoardings around the Castle, providing an overview of the history of the site, as well as looking to its future as a visitor attraction. The tours… Read more »Read more

Scottish Colourists come to Inverness Museum & Art Gallery

An exhibition of the Scottish Colourists from the Fleming Collection goes on display this weekend at Inverness Museum & Art Gallery. The exhibition will include portrait, still life and landscape works by the Scottish Colourists SJ Peploe, JD Fergusson, George Leslie Hunter and FCB Cadell. They were some of the first artists in Europe to… Read more »Read more

Explore Flora’s trail at Inverness Museum and Art Gallery

For young people looking for holiday activities, the Inverness Museum & Art Gallery (IMAG) has this week launched Flora’s Museum Explorer Trail. Families can pick up their Flora Museum Explorer Trail pack on arrival at IMAG in Castle Wynd, Inverness. The self-led trail invites participants to find Flora’s picture as they explore the museum, and… Read more »Read more

Young musicians ‘come home’ to encourage others to get involved in music

Two young musical high-fliers, originally from the Highlands visited Strathpeffer this week as part of an exciting collaboration between High Life Highland Instrumental Tuition Service and the Agar Trust.   Their ambition was to generate some excitement in music-making and to provide “sparks” of inspiration and energy amongst young people. They recorded a recital with High Life Highland’s Instrumental Instructors… Read more »Read more

HLH pandemic-retiree receives surprise visit from CEO

During the pandemic lockdown period, High Life Highland worked hard to creatively adjust the services offered to its many members across the Highlands in order to minimise disruption to its service provision. However, one of the casualties of the restrictions was the Charity’s Volunteer and Staff and Long-Service Awards, which obviously had to be cancelled…. Read more »Read more

Partnership set to inspire new talent across the Highlands

Scottish Squash and High Life Highland are delighted to announce a new partnership which aims to drive participation in squash across the Highlands. The region has a rich history of nurturing and developing world class squash players – including current professionals Alan Clyne and Greg Lobban. It is hoped this collaborative partnership can inspire a… Read more »Read more