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Volunteering Programme 2019!

As the new year is approaching, I am excited to tell you about the new monthly volunteer programme that will launch in January 2019! The fourth Thursday of each month we will have a volunteer event running, rotating about the projects. Other volunteer events may be arranged as extras to this program. Examples of activities

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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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Visitors! We need your help!

We would love to know how we can improve the information available to visitors to the North West Highlands. Our short survey will help us understand how we can make it easier for you to know what to do, visit, see, try, stay…… Please help us by completing the survey by clicking the link to

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CALL at the Assynt Games

After a pretty grey start, what a fantastic day we had for the games! The organisers did an amazing job of putting on a wide range of entertainment alongside the more traditional highland game events such as the hammer throw and caber toss. We had a great time meeting so many people from the local

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Clachtoll Seashore Day

Tuesday saw the return of the annual Clachtoll Sand Sculpture Contest and Seashore Day and CALL headed down to join the festivities. Contestants had the morning to design and create their sculptures for judging at 1pm. There were some amazing efforts and great fun was had by all. The afternoon bought many seashore activities such

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CALL at the Coigach Gathering

On Saturday the annual Coigach Gathering kicked off with a performance from the Achiltibuie and Ullapool Pipers and were followed by many other events throughout the day such as the kids and adult hill races, welly wanging and guess the weight of the salmon. Another scorcher of a day brought crowds of locals and tourists

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Tree Planting on Isle martin

Last week we held a tree planting session on Isle Martin. 1000 trees were taken by boat to our beautiful community island and planted by volunteers from John Muir Trust and the local community. It was a fantastic day with brilliant weather, all be it too hot! A mixture of native trees from locally sourced

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Calling for Fruity Information!

As part of the Woodland Expansion project, CALL are hoping to develop a couple of community orchards. We are looking for information from anyone who grows fruit in Coigach, Assynt and the surrounding area about what varieties grow well, where you grow it, what you use the fruit for, what tastes good and what problems

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Open Invitation to Community for CALL Steering Meetings

All meetings of the CALL steering group are open to interested members of the public, the next meeting is on 27th June at Glencanisp.  Come along and find out what’s going on! In the past the Coigach – Assynt Living Landscape Steering Group has been open to the public.  However it was agreed last March

Coigach & Assynt Living Landscape
Coigach & Assynt Living LandscapeFriday, April 12th, 2019 at 4:50pm

Check out what a great job the volunteers did at our Beach Clean at Culag Woods in our latest blog https://coigach-assynt.org/2019/04/a-spring-clean-for-culag-woods-beaches/

Coigach & Assynt Living Landscape
Coigach & Assynt Living LandscapeTuesday, April 9th, 2019 at 4:33pm

Road currently closed at Ardvreck due to collision. Keep an eye on the Highland & Islands Police Division page for updates.

Coigach & Assynt Living LandscapeThursday, April 18th, 2019 at 7:35am
Coigach & Assynt Living LandscapeWednesday, April 17th, 2019 at 6:18pm

Mysteries in the landscape https://t.co/1l2QZvIRCA

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