SH September 3, 2014

A PROJECT BY KIRKHILL & BUNCHREW COMMUNITY TRUST TO TAKE OVER THE RUNNING OF WARDLAW MAUSOLEUM The mausoleum is in Wardlaw Graveyard at the top of Wardlaw Road in Kirkhill, 8 miles west of Inverness. It was built in 1634 as the burial place for the Lovat Frasers on the end of the original parish […]

SH June 30, 2014

Most elderly people want to live at home for as long as they possibly can. For many of us that should be perfectly feasible – with a little bit of support. We believe statutory services are important – particularly for addressing practical issues such as adaptations to your home or help with cleaning and cooking. […]

SH June 30, 2014

An ex Kirkhill resident – Callum Rae, now studying for his PhD at Glasgow University has got in touch and asked for some help with his thesis.  To collect data he has prepared a short survey – it is very easy – I have completed it. The survey has been developed by a research team from […]

SH June 29, 2014

Highland Council is providing a green waste collection again this summer. It is also doing a household recycling survey based on the contents on the green and blue bins from 50 households in each of 4 communities – including Kirkhill. The contents will be analysed, by community not household, to show what is being collected […]

SH May 11, 2014

There was an excellent turn-out and fine weather for the Kirkhill & Bunchrew Community Trust Spring Volunteering Day on Saturday 3rd May. Many thanks to Rob Kinghorn and Lindsey Stout who helped tidy the willow structures and trim the bushes in the park. The willows look very neat and should continue to grow into more […]