The Trustees of Kirkhill Community Centre are sad to note that our former trustee Wilma Williamson has passed away. Wilma was a stalwart of the centre since it was built in 1987, largely through the efforts of her and her husband Norman. Wilma always took a keen interest in the running of the centre and […]
This play by Beauly Theatre Club explores the events of Glencalvie. Although one of a plethora of evictions at the time, it was unique in the manner in which the people attempted to oppose their removal from their homes and resulted in them taking shelter for one week in the churchyard, in make shift tents, […]
The volunteer run cafe is back on Friday 6 September. It’s held in the Kirkhill Community Centre every Friday from 10:30 to 2pm. Teas, coffees, soup and amazing homemade cakes are available. Pop in to meet old friends and make new ones.
The winter volunteer season in Upper Reelig Community Wood, managed by Kirkhill and Bunchrew Community Trust, was really successful this year and continued to improve access and amenity in this popular woodland including the installation of a balance trail. Around 30 volunteers met over the winter on Saturdays and weekdays to carry out a variety […]
The 7th Inverness Scouting Group has been offered the opportunity to acquire the land currently siting the old school canteen in Inchmore for community use. The Scouting Group is considering the option to buy the land, to demolish the existing building (as it is not fit for use) and to design and build a new […]
Bring along your spare garden apples to be crushed and pressed into wonderful apple juice. Windfalls are perfect for this and you can even make cider! Just take along your apples and clean containers to take home your juice. Kirkhill Community Centre Sunday 28 October 2018, from 13:00 to 16:00. No charge but donations welcome
Kirkhill and Bunchrew Community Trust, Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation SC029389