WHAT’S ON

BETTYHILL Village Hall. “Village Fortune” comprising teams from Bettyhill, Tongue and Armadale, Saturday, March 4, at 7.00pm. Admission: £5.00 and £2.50 (concessions). In aid of Gala funds.
Village Hall. Otago Classes restarted Wednesday, January 25. Martial Arts Class, Wednesdays. Bowls, Thursdays.
APPLECROSS Hartfield House, Scottish Crofting Federation: “Crofting’s Place in Europe”, Friday, March 10, and Saturday, March 11, 1pm-1pm. For further details, see advert on page 15.
LOCHINVER Glencanisp Lodge. Gaelic Learners Weekend, Saturday and Sunday, March 25 and 26. Email Morag Mackenzie for further information: morag.mackenzie190@gmail.com. Also, see advert on page 4.
NAIRN Budgate Farm, Cawder. Scottish Inter District Nursery Sheepdog Trials Final, Saturday, March 4, from 8.00am. Four handlers, Ian Sutherland, Strathnaver, Ian MacDonald, Staffin, Will Cormack, Mey, and George Simpson, Huntly, will represent the north of Scotland, one of nine district teams taking part. For further information, contact Ewen Mackinnon on 01520 766210 or 07732 484089 or e-mail ewencm@btinternet.com.
TONGUE Village Hall. North Coast Connections Annual Daffodil Tea, Saturday, March 25, at 2.00pm.
Hostel. Tongue and Bettyhill “Step-it Up Highland group” meets at 1 o’clock every Wednesday at the hostel to enjoy a short walk. Contact Ruth on 01847 611327 for details.
Village Hall. Indoor Bowling, Thursdays. Juniors (aged 8-14 years), 7.00-8.00pm; Seniors, 8.00-10.00pm. Bowls provided. Beginners welcome.
Village Hall. Tongue Tots meet on Mondays in term time, 10.30-12.10pm. Babies and toddlers welcome.
DURNESS Village Hall. Bring and Buy Sale in aid of hall funds, Saturday, April 1, 2.00-4.00pm.
Village Hall. Zumba, Wednesdays, at 7.00pm.
ULLAPOOL AnTalla Solais Art Gallery. “In Transition” exhibition of Bridge House Art Studio students’ work, open until Sunday, March 5.
Book Festival, Friday to Sunday, May 5-7. This year’s festival will feature two early morning 30-minute sessions one of which will see Brian Macleod from Skerray talk about his book “Wherever I Eat My Bread” which features stories of immigrants’ experiences of settling in the Highlands.
SCOURIE Hall. Fèis an Iar Thuath workshop with Joseph Peach and Becca Skeoch, Saturday, March 11. Telephone Sheilah Cunningham on 01971 502 072 for further details. Also see page 8.

 

To add to the list, e-mail whatson@bratach.co.uk or telephone Morag MacLeod at any reasonable hour (01641 561214).

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