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What to Spot – August Edition

Wow, August already and our fourth joint wildlife blog with Coigach and Assynt Living Landscape Partnership (CALLP). Lots of human visitors are just arriving on their summer holidays this month but, for many birds, plants and animals this is autumn and the start of preparations for winter! Many of the birds that passed through, and

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Orographic Performance comes to Little Assynt All Abilities Path

Last Tuesday we had some visitors to Coigach & Assynt Living Landscape by the name of Oceanallover. Currently they are on a tour of Scotland, performing their amazing Orographic piece. When we were first contacted about hosting a performance, we were intrigued and a look at their website and past events just made us want

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Woodland Activity Leader Training Oppertunity

We at CALL are delighted to announce that we have placed available for the residents of Coigach and Assynt to join us in bringing a new training course to the area. Wild things!, from Findhorn (https://wild-things.org.uk/), have agreed to come over to our beautiful part of the world to deliver their Woodland Activity Leader Training

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Acheninver Coastal Path Moving Forward

Last Friday I met with the team who are coordinating the upgrade of Acheninver Coastal Path. The startup meeting was the first meeting of the Project Lead with the Contractor and would allow for final clarifications on route and questions on how to deal with challenges on the path. The morning har and rain were

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Orographic outdoor performance comes to CALL

Heard about our exciting performance coming up? Intrigued by the man on the banner on Culag Playing Field in his fantastic costume and face paint? Wondered what it’s all about? Wonder no more! Find out more about Orographic below, a wonderful performance being brought to Little Assynt All Abilities Path on July 23rd, 2pm. Not

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End of road for £200k Suilven path restoration work

On 21st June 2019 a small ceremony was held to mark the completion of the repairs on the Suilven Path. The ceremony was attended by directors of the Assynt Foundation, and representatives of the Coigach & Assynt Living Landscape Partnership and the John Muir Trust, and by the project’s coordinator Chris Goodman who is now

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Assynt & Coigach Creative Trail

Guest blog by Lesley Muir, Chair of Assynt & Coigach Creatives, on the release of their Creative Trail leaflet, funded through our Community Grants Scheme Assynt & Coigach Creatives (ACC) is an association of local Artists and Makers who have come together to create an attractive, map-based Creative Trail leaflet bringing and guiding visitors around

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A Journey Through Elphin

One of our Community Grants Scheme recipients this year is local textile artist Jan Kilpatrick. Jan proposed a project called “A journey through Elphin – past and present”. The project would create interpretation of built and natural features of the township through the creation of a community made wall hanging. Find out more about how

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The challenges and joys of Outdoor learning in the North West highlands.

It can be challenging matching the weather with a suitable location and delivering the theme that schools are currently working on – here’s why? We had an interesting time last week at the Outdoor and Woodland Learning Project here in the CALL corner of the North West Highlands.  Working with Achiltibuie Nursery and Primary Schools

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A Return to Raffin

June’s monthly volunteer day was held at Raffin Beach, caring out a second beach clean on the first strip of the beach and moving onto the second. The John Muir Trust run working holidays, and this was the week they were up in Coigach and Assynt, all 10 of them joining the CALL volunteers to

Coigach & Assynt Living Landscape
Coigach & Assynt Living LandscapeFriday, August 9th, 2019 at 5:10pm

Fantastic opportunity for crofters - Seeing your crofts potential! One of three workshops on Making the most of your croft Please place bookings with Anne aacampbell@coigach-assynt.org

Coigach & Assynt Living Landscape
Coigach & Assynt Living LandscapeFriday, August 9th, 2019 at 10:35am

Come and find us at the Assynt Games, we would love to meet you!

Coigach & Assynt Living LandscapeThursday, August 15th, 2019 at 12:55pm

Make the most of your croft workshop this Saturday. Contact Anne Campbell aacampbell @coigach-assynt.org or 01571 844 638 to register your place. https://t.co/TYz1mLCFCz

Coigach & Assynt Living LandscapeThursday, August 15th, 2019 at 6:12am

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