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Postponement of Festival

Due to unforeseen circumstances we have had to unexpectantly postpone our Food of the Sea Festival, scheduled to be held at Culag Park, Lochinver on the 14th April until further notice. The organisers apologise for any inconvenience and following coordination with our partner organisations we will announce a new date. Vickii and the CALL team

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Hill to Grill 2019 finale: “The Apprentice meets The Great British Bake Off”

For the finale of this year’s Hill to Grill programme we were invited by Ullapool High School to come and sample the venison burger recipes designed and prepared by the pupils. The pupils spent a day creating a recipe, cooking, making packaging and designing a marketing campaign for their burgers. All their hard work was

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How did the Flounder get its mouth?

P5s and P6s from Lochinver and Achiltibuie Primary Schools paid a visit to Achmelvich to meet author Ian Stephen for a literacy morning. Ian is an author and storyteller and had come over from the Isle of Lewis as part of a Scottish Book Trust scheme. The pupils walked with Ian along Achmelvich beach hearing

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Update on our Fin-tastic Food of the Sea Festival

Just over 5 weeks to go to our Food of the Sea Festival here in Lochinver and we are busy making sure there are plenty of activities and seafood for the event. There are still opportunities for anyone to be involved: we are looking for seafood producers who would be interested in selling produce to

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Lochinver: the Plaice to be this April!

Coigach & Assynt Living Landscape Partnership are delighted to announce this year we will be holding a ‘Food of the Sea Festival’ on Sunday the 14th April 2019 at Culag Park, Lochinver. It will be a one-day event showcasing local producers, suppliers and businesses from the Coigach and Assynt area to celebrate the fin-tastic seafood

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Thanks To You Thankyou!

We were delighted to join the #ThanksToYou campaign this year and hold a Coigach and Assynt themed free quiz night for National Lottery players. Our event was one of hundreds across the country included in the campaign to say Thank you to people who have raised money for great causes by buying a lottery ticket.

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CALL Workshop 6th November 18

On Tuesday, CALL hosted an open workshop in Lochinver to look at the partnership’s achievements so far and the future possibilities. After a talk from our Scheme Manager Boyd, the group split into 4 groups to discuss the question we posed to them: “In light of the 2050 vision, what themes, projects and partnership development

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A walk on the wild side at Clachtoll

Another rough week of weather but the sun tried to shine for us and people came out to join myself, Andy, David and Avril on a walk around Clachtoll, learning about wildlife recording and its importance. So fully waterproofed up (just in case!), we headed out! Assynt Field Club, of which Andy, David and Avril

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Learning The Way!

By Katrina Martin, CALLP Education Manager (Job Share) Ever since I stepped into the role of Education Manager for the Outdoor & Woodland Learning Project I have been excited at the prospect of delivering an Outdoor Learning session themed around paths, especially given the variety of paths and access projects CALLP has. Like many of

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Lochinver Primary School explores The Lost Words

This morning we hunkered down in a tent in Culag Woods, with the rain drumming everywhere – near and far – around us, and explored the concept of the Lost Words. Initially matching up names to pictures, we questioned what they all had in common, generating a variety of answers: “They are all living things”,