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From Dingwall to Lochinver: Countryside Rangers celebrate a successful month of Highland-wide activities

Photo of child enjoying the end product of ‘10 things to do with a stick’ event in Laide earlier this year

High Life Highland is proud to announce a record-breaking month of educational projects and customer engagement in the North Team’s domain within the Rangers service. High Life Highland Ranger Service is dedicated to promoting the enjoyment, understanding, and care of the Highlands’ wildlife, environment, and landscapes. The service offers a range of educational programs, guided… Read more »Read more

Highland Youth Parliament: New Chair and Vice Chair announced

HYP Chair & Vice Chair

The Highland Youth Parliament (HYP) is delighted to announce the voting in of a new Chair and Vice Chair. Megan Travers from Wick High School will be HYP’s new Chair, and Dougal Masterson from Dingwall Academy will be HYP’s new Vice Chair for 2023-24. They both bring experience of being involved in their local youth… Read more »Read more

Bespoke roof structure inspired by Scottish Saltire

The new link building, which connects the three separate parts of Inverness Castle, took a step closer to reality this week with the first pour of its intricate roof structure. The new construction, which will house the new restaurant and bar, has a bespoke ‘saltire grid’ roof structure, made from the same materials as the… Read more »Read more

Contractor announced for Bught Park regeneration project

The Highland Council has announced that Clark Contracts has been awarded the contract for improvements to Bught Park in Inverness, as part of the UK Government’s Levelling Up Fund. With this announcement the project will move on to the next stage of development which includes a refurbished grandstand, a new sports pavilion, a new shinty… Read more »Read more