Black Isle Leisure Centre
Tia Chi, Badminton, Walking group, Over 50’s Dance Class and many more.
Fortrose Contact the Elderly
A Lifeline of Friendship – They organise monthly Sunday afternoon tea parties for people aged 75 and over, who live alone with little or no support from friends, family or statutory services. The afternoons are full of fun and laughter. We make a real difference to the lives of our older guests.
01381 620536 Email: Jane Bryant email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Film club meet on Tuesday 1:30pm in the Spectrum Centre in Inverness
This class is specifically for the elderly, those that want to maintain their strength and balance, and those who may be at risk of a fall.
If you are 45+, usually eat alone and would like to meet new people, come to our gatherings to enjoy an excellent meal in good company.
01349 877061 or 07748 964757
The U3A is shorthand for The University of the Third Age and is a organisation that embodies the principles of lifelong learning and is open to everyone who is retired and is not in full time employment. They offer a wide range of specialist activity groups and have fortnightly general interest meetings.
Organised by Ross County Football Club
Rosemarkie Hall Monday 10am.
Barbara Dillon 01381 622296
Rosemarkie Village Voices
Singing group for those that sing and those that think they can’t. Gordon Memorial Hall, Rosemarkie Wednesday 7-9pm.
Maureen Weir 01381 620559
Young at Heart
Fitness Activity – Fortrose Town Hall Wednesday 10-11am
People coming together to create strong, vibrant communities.
Resolis Memorial Hall – 2nd Tues of the month
Gordon Memorial Hall – 1st Thurs of the month
Ferintosh Hall – 1st Mon of the month.
Mrs F Moir 01349 861162
Avoch Friendship Group meet every 2nd Mon during the winter.
Call Janice Macleman 01381 621089
Fortose Friendship Group meet Wednesdays 2.00pm in the Seaforth lodge.
Marjorie Taylor 01381 620816
Fortrose Lunch Club
Fortrose lunch club meet at The Eilean Dubh Wednesdays 12.00 – 13.30. (Term Time only). People attending need to find their transport there and back, although some folk do share lifts by mutual arrangement. Call Kathleen Armstrong 01381 620302
Friends of the community
Friends of the Community provide transport.
Tony Leggatt 01381 621749
Culbokie Friendship Group
Culbokie Friendship Group meets 1st Mon of the Month, 2-4pm Findon Hall.
Maureen Rose 01349 877435
Resolis Friendship Group
Ian Phillips 01381 601317
Meets fortnightly Thursday mornings 10.30 – 12, Church Of Scotland Parish Hall, Rose Street, Avoch.
D-Caff is an ideal place for people with dementia and their family members to meet up. It is an opportunity to meet others in the same situation for a chat, coffee, a laugh and to support in a informal way. There is no charge for attending the café.
Dingwall Dementia Support Group
2nd Tuesday of the Month at the National Hotel.
Tricia Glass 01349 853636
Dunbar Centre 86 Church Street – Inverness – website contains many useful links and services.
Around the end of 2011 a small group of residents, supported by the Ferintosh Community Council, conducted a community survey to find out what people think about Culbokie and how they would like to see it develop and improve.
Meets from 2-4pm at 1 Marine Terrace Rosemarkie, every month. Click to find out what is showing and more contact details.