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Clubs & Societies in Black Isle

Cromarty Camera Club
Meets every Thursday at 19.30 in Victoria Hall, Cromarty from September to April except for Xmas and New Year.
Kirkmichael Trust
The Kirkmichael Trust is being set up to oversee the restoration of the old ruined kirk, mausoleums and gravestones. It is a long term project and we are seeking interested persons to become involved, and provide any skills and knowledge they have.
Highlands Astronomical Society
Every first Tuesday of the month the society meets at the Spectrum Centre in Inverness, the Capital City of the Highlands of Scotland. During most of the meetings, there is a presentation by one of the members or a volunteer from outside. The subject of the presentation varies from the realms of particle physics to observational skills. Each meeting a topical constellation is described in detail and member have a chance to ask questions and network during the break or after the formal meeting is over.
The Black Isle Swimming Pool Foundation
Our aim is to fulfill a community -wide expression of desire that a swimming pool be provided for the 10,000 people of the Black Isle. Such a pool is particularly needed by the growing number of young people in the area who are currently excluded from swimming.
Cromarty Arts Trust
Cromarty Arts Trust is a leading organisation for conservation and enhancement of the culture of our community.
Cromarty Movie Mob
The Cromarty Movie Mob (Film Club) has been formed as a forum for the enjoyment and discussion of cinematic arts, with the aim of providing community wide access across the age ranges. One adult and one family film are shown each month.
Yellow Dog Theatre Company
Yellow Dog Theatre Companyís mission is to create excellent quality community theatre projects across the Highlands with young people from ages 5-25. The work we create is for family audiences. As a business we are educational and fun. Classes take place regularly at Fortrose Theatre, Spectrum Centre (Inverness), Invergordon Arts Centre, and the Nairn Community Centre. All classes lead to productions in local community venues.
Melanie McKay School of Dancing
Children's Highland Dancing Classes
Dingwall & District Beekeepers' AssociationClan Donald Society for Highlands & Islands
Mission Statement To create a focus for people who belong to Scotland’s largest clan, which includes Macdonalds of Sleat, Clanranald, and Glencoe and MacDonalds/MacDonells of Glengarry, Keppoch and Antrim.
Cromarty Mindfulness Group (Cromarty Sangha)
We are a small, informal group who meet on Tuesday evenings at 7.45pm for about an hour to practice meditation and mindfulness and bring some peace, space, and awareness into our busy lives. All welcome.
Salsa North
Salsa North classes and events are held on a regular basis in the Inverness and Cromarty area. Regular weekly class is at the Thistle Inn, Celt Street Inverness on Wednesdays from 7 pm. Only £5 per night to include some X body style, some Cuban and maybe even Bachata or Cha cha. A great class each week guaranteed. For more information go to the Salsa North website or call Jermaine directly.
Friends of the Earth Inverness and RossCromarty & Resolis Film SocietyBlack Isle Horticultural SocietyCromarty History Society
The Society promotes the study of the history of Cromarty and is the Friends organisation for Cromarty Courthouse Museum.
Fortrose Scottish Country Dance Group
The Fortrose Scottish Country Dance Group meets on Monday nights in the Gordon Memorial Hall in Rosemarkie from late September through to mid-April. Beginners and more experienced dancers are welcome. Classes are from 7.30pm to 10.00pm, with easier dances during the first half of the evening. There is a charge of £2.00 per class for members and £2.50 per class for visitors. The group aims to promote the enjoyment of Scottish Country Dancing.
Cromarty Film Festival
The Cromarty Film Festival is an Annual Event that takes place during the first weekend in December. The festival runs for three or four days and includes a wide range of activities including: Special Guests who talk about their favourite films, Archive screenings, Projections onto Buildings in the town and much more.
Glachbeg Croft Folk/Acoustic Music Club
Monthly acoustic music club. The third Tuesday of each month
Cromarty Youth Café

Sports Clubs in Black Isle

Wildwoodz Black Isle BicyclesCromarty Boat ClubBeauly Angling ClubCromarty Tennis & Sports ClubCromarty Bowling ClubFortrose & Rosemarkie Golf ClubMuir of Ord Golf ClubChanonry Sailing Club

Music in Black Isle

Village Voices

Youth Organisations in Black Isle

Culbokie Brownies & Guides1st Avoch Sea Scouts

Environmental Groups in Black Isle

Chanonry Volunteer Dolphin Watching GroupTransition Black IsleCromarty Allotments & Gardens SocietyCromarty Conservation


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