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A to Z of Highland Community Sites

As a vast area, the Highlands has its own challenge when it comes to protecting communities. This section will simplify access to all the community portals and other information about the communities


Carrbridge,Strathspey, official visithighlands Tourist guide

Cromarty Community Site

CDCC represents the interests of the people of Cromarty and District, to The Highland Council, and North of Scotland Water Authority, Scottish Hydro-Electric, Police, Highland Health Authorities, BT & Post Office,


Culloden Moor, scene of the last major battle fought on mainland Britain, is one of the most iconic and emotive sites in Scotland.


Dingwall, the County Town of Ross and Cromarty. Excellent base for visiting the Scottish Highlands.


Dornoch is an historic small town, its tranquil location, scenery and climate attract many visitors, some come to test their golfing skills, or to walk and view wildlife in the National Nature Reserve at nearby Loch Flee


We have created this Web site to let you know about this area, situated on the shores of Loch Ness.


For most people, Dunvegan tends to mean Dunvegan Castle, which can be found a mile or so north of the village.

Durness Community

The most North Westerly village on mainland Britain

Fort Augustus

Located within easy reach of many holiday and historical attractions and activities, Fort Augustus and Invermoriston truly are the ideal base from which to experience the best of the Scottish Highlands

Fortrose & Rosemarkie Community Council

Fortrose and Rosemarkie Community Council’s main statutory duty is to act as a consultee in the planning process but it also discusses many other local issues such as roads, footpaths, litter, dog fouling, playgrounds,street lighting, etc.

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