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The Company HQ buildings are located in Inverness and Dingwall. We operate leisure centres, libraries, museums and a host of other services on behalf of The Highland Council.
High Life Highland is a company limited by guarantee registered in Scotland No. SC407011 and is a registered Scottish charity No. SC042593
After Eden Court Theatre and Cinema opened its doors in 1976 it went from strength to strength, quickly becoming an essential part of the cultural landscape of Inverness and the Highlands, as it still is today. Pictured here is a leaflet advertising the annual pantomime, and also a ticket for a performance, this one from the 1984-85 season, when Jimmy Logan starred in ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’. The third picture shows the back cover of the leaflet, and really gives a taste of mid-eighties Inverness. The Kessock Bridge had only been opened three years earlier, and the advertisement for Ross & Cromarty District Council beckons visitors to discover the much more easily accessible Ross-shire. (HCA/D1291/8)
On the Friday breakfast show with Heckie and Suzy, they'll be catching up with High Life Highland Youth Development Officer Roddy Macleod about how they are supporting youth in our area during the lockdown and plans for this year including a new youth club for Portree. Tune in at 7.30am for all the local news and weather and just after 8.30am to hear from Roddy.
Here's a wee pic of Roddy out in the pitch and at Radio Skye while he was mentoring one of our youth presenters Luke Eveling.
We have reached over the 2 million mark! A fanastic achievement already to get to this stage in only 4 days but that's down to all of you getting out and taking longer walks than usual. Hopefully eventhough the weather hasn't been ideal you have been enjoying your extended time outdoors or dancing in your homes. Keep warm and keep going! 😁👟
It's a beautiful day here at the museum, blue skies and snow are a great combination. In these difficult times, we hope wherever you are that you are safe and well - drop us a hello in the comments below 😊