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High Life Highland is ready to bounceback again

Safety of its customers and staff remains the top priority for High Life Highland as the Charity anticipates the Scottish Government’s confirmation that the country’s restrictions will be reduced on 26 April. As the Highland Charity prepares to bring many employees back from furlough leave, Director of Sport and Leisure, Douglas Wilby said, “Our teams… Read more »Read more

HLH Supports People Affected by Parkinson’s Disease

Sunday 11th April is World Parkinson’s Day 2021 and for the past year, since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic High Life Highland (HLH) has provided ongoing support for participants of Parkinson’s exercise programmes across the Highlands.  Before the pandemic HLH had up to 60 people affected by Parkinson’s Disease taking part in exercise classes… Read more »Read more

HLH Appoints new Board Directors

It is now well documented that one of the silver linings to come out of the pandemic period has been the increase in individuals stepping forward to adopt voluntary roles to support and assist Charities and Community Groups. High Life Highland has been no exception in attracting new voluntary Directors applications during this period, with… Read more »Read more

High Life Highland Schools Out Summer programme planned for July

High Life Highland today confirmed the good news that their popular Schools Out summer programme is being planned in full for the school holiday period this summer.  The programme is very popular with children of all ages across the Highlands with activities ranging from intensive swimming lessons to mountain biking and outdoor activities. Steve Walsh High Life Highland Chief Executive said, “I am delighted that it… Read more »Read more

Inverness Castle transformation – exhibition and content design partner tender

High Life Highland, the managing agent of the project to transform Inverness Castle into a visitor attraction for the Highlands, has today issued a tender for an exhibition and content design partner for the project on behalf of The Highland Council. Celebrating and interpreting the ‘Spirit of the Highlands’ in 100 Stories will be the… Read more »Read more

HLH to support National Day of Reflection

High Life Highland is supporting a national day to remember those who have died during the coronavirus pandemic, and to show support for everyone who has been bereaved.  The campaign is being led by the charity Marie Curie, and set to take place on Tuesday 23rd  March – the anniversary of the UK going into… Read more »Read more

Cardiac Rehabilitation Moves Online

In response to the Covid-19 pandemic High Life Highland (HLH) has continued to provide support for participants of cardiac rehabilitation programmes across the Highlands.  Cardiac rehabilitation (cardiac rehab for short) helps people get back to as full a life as possible after a cardiac event such as a heart attack, heart surgery or stent procedure.  Throughout the… Read more »Read more

Great News as outdoor fitness classes start

High Life Highland are starting bounceback 2.0 in earnest by providing a range of outdoor fitness classes for members at various locations across the Highlands. The change in Scottish Government guidelines allows organised group exercise for all adults, in groups of up to 15 people to meet outdoors for exercise. Customers will be able to… Read more »Read more

Online Exhibition – John Macpherson; Sporting Stores and Shinty

A new online exhibition from High Life Highland explores the impact that one man – John Macpherson – had on shinty in the early 20th century. John Macpherson and Sons Sporting Stores on Inglis Street, Inverness, was a staple of the high street until it closed its doors in 1976. The business was vital to… Read more »Read more

High Life Highland Libraries support World Book Day 4th March

High Life Highland Libraries are once again supporting World Book day albeit online this year. World Book day has a mission to promote reading for pleasure and changes lives through a love of books and shared reading. Julie Corcoran Principal Libraries manager for High Life Highland said, “Libraries play a unique role in promoting reading… Read more »Read more