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Inverness Castle – Virtual Tour

On Thursday 27 August 2020, the City of Inverness and Area Committee was presented with a short video giving a virtual tour of Inverness Castle. The video gives a fly-through of the building interior, showing the rooms as they look now before any changes take place. Supported by £15 million Scottish Government and £3 million… Read more »Read more

Gym and swim added to highlife booking system

High Life Highland today released further details on what customers can expect when returning to leisure activities over the coming weeks. In order to ensure that the Highland Charity is adhering to Scottish Government guidelines, a decision has been taken that customers will be required to pre book before visiting a leisure centre to participate… Read more »Read more


In a report being presented to The Highland Council’s Recovery Board on 24th August, Steve Walsh, High Life Highland’s Chief Executive, has outlined the charity’s road to financial recovery thanks to its bounceback campaign. Mr Walsh explained, “It now seems like an over-used phrase, but when the pandemic hit in March it was clear that… Read more »Read more

GROW Project receives welcome donation

Inverness Botanic Gardens welcomed some good news earlier today when they received a donation from a local business. The well-loved gardens, beside Canal Park, has recently reopened to visitors and was delighted to receive a generous donation from local company Swansons towards Highlife Highland’s GROW project. Inverness businessman Magnus Swanson has donated £1,500 towards a… Read more »Read more

Inverness Museum and Art Gallery re-opens to the public

Inverness Museum and Art Gallery (IMAG) joined the High Life Highland bounceback campaign when it reopened to the public at 10:30 am Tuesday 4th August. Operations Manager Lesley Junor said: “We are delighted to be able to welcome back visitors to the Inverness Museum and Art Gallery as part of our bounceback campaign. Our priority… Read more »Read more

Inverness Library kicks joins the bounceback campaign

High Life Highland are taking the first steps in their Inverness bounceback campaign next week with the introduction of a collect and return service at Inverness Library. From Monday 27th July Inverness library customers will be able to access items by requesting them in advance and booking a timeslot for collection. Julie Corcoran, Principal Libraries… Read more »Read more