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Fyrish Monument

Fyrish Monument

  Going north from Inverness by road A9 or by rail  one passes the small town of Evanton. Looking ahead and slightly to the left after leaving  Evanton, ones vision rests on Fyrish Hill with ...

The Highlands of Scotland in 1750

Here is a link to another great public domain book related to history of Scottish Highlands. This is a digital copy of a book that was preserved for generations on library shelves before it...

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Brora Community Learning Centre Christmas Week

Brora Community Learning Centre offers a unique opportunity to access all levels of learning in a friendly, relaxed and informal environment. We specialise in delivering learning packages with a creative approach including a small...

Sutherland and Caithness in Saga-Time

The Norse saga was written around 1230 (three centuries after some of the events they record) by an unknown Icelandic author and, as was generally the case with Icelandic language writing of this period,...

Mendelsson’s overture The Hebrides

It is a well known fact, that one of the popular classical music creations of Felix Mendelssohn was inspired by a beatiful nature of Hebrides Islands. This is a concert overture “The Hebrides” (German: Die...

Live Music & Open Mic Night

Saturday 1st November Trentham Hotel presents Live Music/ Open Mic Night featuring the fabulous talent of local musicians,  songwriters and the odd poet. Alan Macleod, Vida&Dangis, Sam Grant, Stephen Mackintosh, Mulbert and more. Trentham...