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Love to Swim with High Life Highland
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Love to Swim is a new service which has been developed by High Life Highland.  This premium service offers swimming lessons either on a one to one basis, or a one to two basis. All Love to Swim Instructors are ASA Level 2 qualified and have a wealth of aquatics experience, to ensure the highest… Read more »Read more

Love Your Library – The Perfect Christmas Gift
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Love your library – give something special this year. This year you can make a donation in the name of somebody special and you will receive: A Hand finished gift certificate to give on Christmas An inscription on each item donated Your name on our Donor wall of fame Make a donation of £25 or… Read more »Read more

Spooky Story Winners
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We have a winner… High Life Highland have teamed up with MFR for a very spooky and special Halloween writing competition. There are 4 categories, and the winner of each category will receive a £25 book voucher with the overall winner receiving an iPad Air. We had hundreds of entries and the judges had a… Read more »Read more

2016 Highland Coaching Awards deemed a huge success!
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The 2016 Highland Coaching Awards were held at Inverness Leisure on Saturday 22nd October 2016.  The awards are run by High Life Highland in partnership with sportscotland to recognise the outstanding contribution and significant impact of local coaches.  These coaches enable quality sport and physical activity opportunities to happen in communities across the Highlands. This… Read more »Read more

Spooky Story Competition
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High Life Highland have teamed up with Moray Firth Radio for a very spooky and special Halloween writing competition. There are 4 categories, and the winner of each category will receive a £25 book voucher and be entered into a grand final to win an iPad air. The categories are: Young  (7 and under) Junior… Read more »Read more

Calum Becomes Tenth Highland Youth Convener
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Calum Maclennan (18) from Alness took up the role of Highland Youth Convener this week and started the job by saying he was looking forward to spending the next 12 months working with the Highland Youth Parliament, Area Youth Forum and Pupil Councils in secondary schools across the Highlands. As the tenth Youth Convener, Calum… Read more »Read more

Oor Wullie’s Bucket Trail heads to Inverness on the National Tour penultimate stop
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Oor Wullie’s Bucket Trail, one of Scotland’s largest mass participation art events currently taking Dundee by storm, is heading north as the National Tour visits Inverness. The Highland city will host 10 of the uniquely designed Oor Wullie sculptures pop up in various locations around the city centre from Monday 8th – Sunday 14th August,… Read more »Read more

Hands-on Heritage workshops towards creating a digital Trail through the Historic Burgh of Inverness
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High Life Highland’s culture teams have recently announced plans for two collaborative workshops in September, which will begin to form the basis of a digital trail highlighting the fascinating history and heritage of Academy Street and the surrounding area. Over the next 15 months, the teams at Inverness Museum and Art Gallery (IMAG), The Highland… Read more »Read more

Inverness Botanic Gardens and Nursery ‘sheds’ light on Ideal Hut Show
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High Life Highland is delighted to be hosting the Ideal Hut Show at Inverness Botanic Gardens and Nursery, from Saturday 30th July until Sunday 4th September 2016. The exhibition is part of the Festival of Architecture 2016, and has been touring round Scottish Botanic Gardens since May. The exhibition is a headline event of the… Read more »Read more

Presentation of Gold Duke of Edinburgh Awards

Mrs Isobel McCallum, the Convenor and members of the Highland Council welcomed 5 Young people who achieved their Gold Duke of Edinburgh’s Award, to the meeting of the Highland Council in Inverness, along with their family members. The 5 who attended the presentation were part of a wider group of 24 participants from Highland Council… Read more »Read more