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This page provides external links to Community websites throughout the Ross and Cromarty area for the benefit of visitors to our site.
In order to visit any of these community sites click on either the name of the site or the image in the links below. If any external links to community websites do not work please let Ross and Cromarty Heritage know so that the missing external links can be repaired.
For Information, news and events for locals and visitors to Alness. This provides information about The Highland town of Alness, Alness Community Association, Alness Heritage Centre, the community, businesses and properties for sale in the area.
The Applecross Community Company is a local initiative focusing on community development and renewable energies. Visit this site to find out about the Community filling station, Applecross energy efficiency, Applenet and the Hydro Scheme.
Avoch and Killen settlements represent both the Fishing and Farming traditions here in the heart of the Black Isle between Munlochy and Fortrose. Visit this site to find out more about the work of the community council as well as a local and village history, walks, document library and other local groups.
This website has been set up to provide Coigach residents and others with news and information about Coigach Community Development Company and the community. Vistors to this website can find information about the Achiltibuie Schoolhouse, Coigach Piers and Harbours and the history of the company.
This website has been set up to provide interesting information about the village of Conon Bridge and surrounding area. The site contains a brief history, local news, Conon Craic as well as a link to an article donated by Dr Jim Mackay “Before There Was A Bridge”.
This website has been set up to provide information about the village of Contin for visitors to the site. Please note that this the site is not being updated at the moment. The site provides information on the village, the Community Council, Community Centre, Parish church and the Community Trust.
The Culbokie Community Trust (CCT) was formally created on 30th June 2014. It is a company limited by guarantee which exists to serve the interests of the whole community. The website provides information on the Clascairn project, community market, local history and Culbokie woods.
An independent registered charity no SC021857 based in a property owned by Highland Council, but independently run by a Managment Committee of local people. We aim to provide a friendly, welcoming environment in which to facilitate community development for the benefit of the whole community.
This website provides information about the village of Edderton and its various activities for residents and visitors alike. These include the village, archaeology, history, place names, the church, Deer Managent and the Community Council.
The Ferintosh Community Council website provides information for over 2000 residents that live in this rural area of the Black Isle. The site gives details of the Councillors, Minutes of meetings, Governance and Finance and a Noticeboard newsletter.
The Killearnan Community Council website provides information for residents that live in this rural area. The site gives notice of current events, list of councillors, Newsletter, a brief history of Killearnan, pictures and details of a safety campaign.
The development company was formed to manage community land and associated assets for the benefit of the community and general public. To advance the education of the community about environment, culture, history, arts, heritage and science.
The Hub was set up for the Maryburgh Amenities Company and Maryburgh Community Council. The website provides the latest news, information and events going on in Maryburgh. The Amenities Company manages the Maryburgh Amenities Centre.
The Strathpeffer.org website provides news and information about Strathpeffer. This includes What's on, Heritage of the village, where to stay, arts & events and community activities including the Community Council & Strath Times.