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Presentation of Gold Duke of Edinburgh’s Awards

Cllr Bill Lobban, Convener, and members of the Highland Council welcomed 18 young people who achieved their Gold Duke of Edinburgh’s Award to a meeting of The Highland Council in Inverness today. The young people receiving awards were invited to attend today’s event along with their family members. The 18 young people who attended the… Read more »Read more

September start for new High Life Highland Chief Executive

Steve Walsh OBE has been appointed as the Chief Executive designate for High Life Highland, it was announced today by Donald McLachlan, the Chair of the charity’s Board.  Mr Walsh will take up post in early September 2019, following the retirement of current Chief Executive, Ian Murray. Steve Walsh is currently Head of People and… Read more »Read more

Highland Archives hosts 75th Anniversary Veterans Exhibition

The Highland Archive Centre is hosting an exhibition of photographs to mark the 75th anniversary of D-Day. The exhibition ‘A Time to Fight:  Living and Remembering WWII’ features contemporary images of World War II veterans alongside actors representing the veterans as they were 75 years ago.  Those photographed took part in major operations including the… Read more »Read more

Employability Award success for Dornoch Academy pupil

Employability Award training has led Dornoch Academy pupil Reece MacLeod to follow his passion for horses, by helping him to secure a place at the British Racing School in Newmarket. 16 year old Reece plans that the course will be a pre-cursor to joining a two year apprenticeship for becoming a jockey in the future…. Read more »Read more

Recruitment – Chief Executive

CHIEF EXECUTIVE – HIGH LIFE HIGHLAND | BASED IN INVERNESS – £83,816 – £90,137 High Life Highland, a charity that develops and promotes opportunities in Culture, Learning, Sport, Leisure, Health and Wellbeing, is seeking to appoint an inspirational leader who possesses exceptional strategic, interpersonal and ambassadorial skills, with the ability to perform a wide ranging… Read more »Read more

New Leisure Link Partnership secures free access for Leisure members across four areas of Scotland

High Life Highland today announced a new partnership with four other areas of Scotland that will see highlife members able to access free use of leisure facilities outside the Highland region for the first time since the low cost access card was introduced over 15 years ago. The scheme, involving four other areas will be… Read more »Read more

Easter Outdoor Activities

High Life Highland Outdoor Activities have an exciting range of full day options available throughout the Easter holidays! To book simply choose your activity below, noting the reference number and visit our booking site – you’ll need to be a Highlife member to book, but don’t worry if you’re not already a member, you can sign… Read more »Read more

Winner – Dinosaur Story Competition

The winners of our dinosaur story have been announced! We recently ran a competition with MFR to give you the chance to win an iPad by writing a dinosaur story. We had hundreds of entries and the judges deliberated over all of them. But we can now reveal the overall winner and the winners in… Read more »Read more

A new and exciting Youth Work Strategy for Highland

High Life Highland youth work team and its partners are working closely together to develop a new Youth Work Strategy which will provide clear purpose and direction for youth work across Highland in the years to come.  A vital part of the process is to hear from young people themselves – especially from those who… Read more »Read more

Summer Holiday Activities

Summer Holiday Activities: Activities available to view and book online now! School holidays are fast approaching, which means it’s time to start planning some fun activities for the family. Our Schools Out catalogue is now available to view and we’ve got an exciting range of activities available in 2018. From swimming lessons to Bookbug, mountain biking… Read more »Read more