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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

Gairloch & Loch Ewe Action Forum

Gairloch and Loch Ewe Action Forum (GALE) is a community charity. Our website has been created to help visitors to acquaint themselves with the area


Glendale is split into various townships ie Fasach , Feriniquarrie , Holmisdale , Lephin , Milovaig , Waterstein . Each one has its own history and tale to tell

Golspie Community web Site

Golspie lies on the East Coast of Sutherland in the Highlands of Scotland, 50 miles north of Inverness, Golspie offers a wide variety of amenities to both residents and visitors

Grantown on Spey

The capital of Strathspey, Grantown-on-Spey is in the centre of the Scottish Highlands. It is a fine example of a Georgian planned town, one of the first to be set out in this fashion, enjoying clean water and air, and an enviably dry and sunny climate.

Halkirk Community Site

This is the Halkirk Community Website about the village of Halkirk which is in the county of Caithness, Highland Region, Scotland


Helmsdale is approx. seventy miles north of Inverness on the A9 to Wick, at the mouth of one of the north's great salmon rivers, the village was developed during the herring fishing boom of the last century.

Kingussie Community Web

Welcome to the Capital of Badenoch, in the Highlands, nestling beside the River Spey, next to the Cairngorm and Monadhliath Mountains, a land of mountains and glens, forests and moorland, rivers and lochs, a landscape for all seasons.


The gateway village to the Isle of Skye


The village of Laggan is situated in the Central Highlands of Scotland, surrounded by the Monadhliath and Grampian mountain ranges.


A small, picturesque, rural village situated in central Sutherland, Lairg is an ideal touring base for the remote northern counties, with return excursions to the east, west and north coasts within a day’s access

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