Over the last 12 months, or so, we have made loads of contacts, made many friends and been inspired by others who want to make a difference in our community.
This is their space. We’ll put a brief description of what they do and contact details.
If you know of, or are , a group or a person who wants a platform, get in touch via our contact page, tell us what you do, who for etc and put in your contact details and/ or website address. We will do the rest.
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Based on Castle Street, Inverness, (just behind the bus stop), Impact Hub offer business advice, have meeting rooms and are just about the friendliest folks around. A one stop shop for emerging business ideas.
Mikeysline was founded in late 2015 after a number of suicides in the Highland area. We run two services, the text line, as well as the Hive in Inverness City Centre. People struggle on a daily basis with a multitude of mental health problems, yet only a fraction of people are actually talking about it.
Cheshire House. Situated on the bank of the River Ness in Inverness, Cheshire House is a modern, single-storey home that can accommodate up to 16 young adults with physical disabilities. Cheshire House is a transition service and each resident has their own individual flat with a lounge, bedroom, bathroom and kitchen. Within walking distance from Inverness city centre, residents have access to a variety of local amenities including restaurants, pubs, and health and leisure facilities.
Champion House delivers high-quality care for adults with physical disabilities and complex needs. Regulated by the Care Inspectorate for Scotland, the dedicated and experienced team use a person centred approach to ensure every individual’s needs are understood and met with the greatest privacy, dignity and respect.
Each individual chooses how they are supported, and lead very active lives. With a focus on independence, health, wellbeing and skills building, extensive activity programmes offer something for everyone. As well as staff, a team of committed volunteers support individual and group activities, so all have the chance to be social, get creative or enjoy exercise.
Cheshire House enables people to get the most out of life, supporting individuals to maintain relationships with family and friends and gain the ability to move on to more independent living when they’re ready.
Since founding in 1948, Leonard Cheshire Disability has supported disabled people in the UK and across the world to fulfil their potential and live the lives they choose. The charity has many homes in the UK which provide thousands of disabled people with high quality housing, care and support.
ActivNess is a charity that helps people get more active around Inverness and the Highland Region, with the purpose of improving mental and physical health and wellbeing, and facilitating self management.
The Care and Learning Alliance offer a one-door approach to a broad range of Childhood Practice and Family Support services. We are the largest childcare and family membership organisation offering universal services in the Highland and Moray areas. We also have members in other parts of Scotland.
Calman is a young people’s service based in the Highlands that offers housing support, training, employment opportunities, cooking services and general support to young people looking to get on the road to independent living.
Communities in the Highlands and Islands offer a diverse range of resources, opportunities and skills. HIE‘s ambition is to see every community across the area reach its full potential.
High Life Highland is a charity registered in Scotland, formed on the 1st October 2011 by The Highland Council to develop and promote opportunities in culture, learning, sport, leisure, health and wellbeing across 9 services throughout the whole of the Highlands, for both residents and visitors.
Sensatheraplay provide pop up sensory pods aimed at providing a calm and therapeutic environment children.
The Shinty site is being updated. We should have new details before Christmas. In the mean time you can visit the old site using the link below.
The Northern Counties Cricket Club was formed in 1865 and has been playing at the Northern Meeting park since then. It is a club on the up with a friendly inclusive atmosphere. They have a First and Second team who play in the North of Scotland Cricket Association League. Their season runs for April to September with training nights at the Park on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6pm – 8pm.
Cycling Without Age is a movement started in 2012 by Ole Kassow and Dorthe Pederson. Ole wanted to help the elderly get back on their bicycles, but he had to find a solution to their limited mobility. The answer was a trishaw and he started offering free bike rides to the local nursing home residents.