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Strained Wire Fencing Course

6 local people braved the wind at Clachtoll to complete a fencing course last month. It was organised by CALL and Assynt Learning with funding from the Coastal Communities Fund and Caplich Community Benefit Fund. The participants learned all aspects of strained wire fencing and successfully erected a 50m fence.    

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Mud Glorious Mud!

Little Assynt Tree Nursery played host to a soil fertility course last month, organised with Assynt Learning. Rural Skills Tutor Peter Holmes introduced the 9 participants to the delights of soil. Everyone had the chance to get hands on with soil texturing and measuring pH of their own soil samples. They also learned the importance

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Assynt Learning Autumn Training

It is with great pleasure that Coigach – Assynt Living Landscape has been able to collaborate with Assynt Learning, supporting the education centre through sharing resources, to bring the following training.  Please click on the link for further details   BE ENTERPRISING, Information Session for Enterprise Programme: WEDNESDAY 19th OCTOBER, 4.30pm to 6.30pm, Assynt Leisure

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Dry Stone Wall Training Day 4th May 2016

Want to Learn the Basics and More of Dry Stone Walling? Calling all beginner and experienced Dry Stone Wallers and enthusiasts.  Join the Dry Stone Wall Assessment Day on 4th May 2016 and learn the fundamentals and more interesting techniques of dry stone walling!  Master wall builder, Dave Goulder, will tutor the participants over the

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CALL Social Media Training

Prep for the oversubscribed CALL Social Media Training later today.  Training is being provided by the Assynt Learning Centre and funded by the Coastal Communities Fund @BigLotteryFund. The training aims to increase social media skills, link Coigach Assynt organisations, and effectively promote the area to increase employment opertunities. Many thanks to Sharon and Monika for your

Coigach & Assynt LLThursday, August 17th, 2017 at 6:18pm

#ClachtollBroch has a triangular stone lintel too, but at some point its been put back in the wrong way round so it looks a bit squint! https://t.co/LlYbvyi788

Coigach & Assynt Living Landscape
Coigach & Assynt Living LandscapeThursday, August 17th, 2017 at 4:10pm

North Coast 500 Working Group has set up an environmental committee to look at the issue of litter and other environmental impacts of the route. If you have any suggestions for them, this blog asks you to get in touch by emailing enquiries@northcoast500.com to let...

Coigach & Assynt LLThursday, August 17th, 2017 at 12:42pm

RT @aocarchaeology: How do corbelled cells stand up? Join us for experimental architecture workshops, on site at #ClachtollBroch: https://t…

Coigach & Assynt Living Landscape
Coigach & Assynt Living LandscapeThursday, August 17th, 2017 at 12:58pm

Great idea for the beaches at Dun Canna - lots of marine rubbish finds its way onto those beaches due to their position so its a great opportunity to get that plastic out of the sea

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