We now have a Virtual Road Show date - 27th May!
The road show, organised by the Lochalsh Collaboration which folk in the Lochalsh CC area can now join, is on 27th May online on Zoom from 6.40pm, for a 7pm start.
With the ever changing situation due to Covid-19 we are constantly reviewing the effectiveness of our approach to ensure as full as possible community engagement in reaching our goal of implementing an agreed Community Action Plan which benefits all groups.
The survey is now complete - thanks to all who contributed - we were well represented.
By the time of the meeting, we will have analysed results and we will be able to present some key findings. So this will be a very important meeting as we will start to discuss and agree priorities for our area.
This is an informal process when we can discuss local issues and aspirations with friends and neighbours across a virtual table.
We are still appealing for more interest and email addresses to invite people to attend. We particularly want to encourage younger families to take part. It’s their future in this lovely part of Scotland that we are trying to improve.
So please share this information with all across the area.
So please if you interested in taking part send an email via the contact page on this site or to email@example.com
Looking forward to hearing from you and seeing you on the 27th May.
View from Auchtertyre Hill, looking westward above
Balmacara to the Isle of Skye enlarge
COMMUNITY COUNCIL is a link between the people and the Highland Council. It consists of elected volunteers who meet monthly, usually on the third Tuesday of each month (except in the summer holidays) at 7.30 p.m. in the main hall at Auchtertyre Community Learning and Development Centre.
EVERYBODY who lives in Auchtertyre, Avernish, Balmacara, Kirkton, Glaik and Reraig is entitled and warmly encouraged to attend these meetings. It’s the best way to know what is going on and to have your say about how the area is run. You can tell the people who represent you on Community Council what you want to happen around here. More often than not, one of our four Highland Councillors will also be in attendance so your concerns can be addressed directly to them.
Header picture: Purple saxifrage (Saxifraga oppositifolia) on Auchtertyre Hill. enlarge