About the Coigach Community Hall
In the far north west Highlands of Scotland the remote parish of Coigach lies some twenty five miles north west of Ullapool in Wester Ross. Approximately 300 people live in the parish and in the summer that number increases with many visitors who come to enjoy the wonderful scenery of bens and glens, coastline and the dramatic and beautiful Summer Isles.
In gaelic the meaning of 'Coigach' is the 'Five Fields' and is the name given to the parish comprising the small crofting townships of Achduart, Achnacarinan, Acheninver, Achnahaird and the probably the best known and largest township of Achiltibuie.
The Coigach Community Trust is a charity whose purpose to benefit the people of Coigach and the fine hall opened in April 1999 is the community's prime asset. The hall is run by a team of volunteers who warmly welcome you to this website and hope that you will come and use the hall facilities and meet some of the local folk who live and work in this wonderful area of north west Scotland.
Come and visit us soon