Alness.com - WELCOME!
(External Link) - Alness.com - Information Gateway - In the near future this site will become a source of all types of information relating to the Highland town of Alness, its people, location and attractions.
(External Link) - A beautiful and unique area of the Highlands, with historical connections to three saints
Assynt - Welcome to the spectacular North West Highlands.
(External Link) - Assynt is situated amongst some of the wildest and most remote scenery in the Highlands, the population is concentrated in small crofting communities, the majority of which lie along the rugged coastline, north or south of Lochinver.
(External Link) - A favourite destination for mountain and woodland scenery all year round
Aviemore and the Cairngorms
(External Link) - Visit Aviemore and the Cairngorms in the Highlands of Scotland.
(External Link) - Beauly’s features which distinguish it from other Highland villages.
(External Link) - On-line guide to the Black Isle peninsula in Northern Scotland including the towns of Cromarty, Beauly, Fortrose, North Kessock, Conon Bridge, Avoch, Culbokie, Munlochy and Muir of Ord.
Black Isle Partnership
(External Link) - A not for profit organisation funded partly by The Highland Council, and which contains the most complete list of information on organisations, businesses and activities for the Black Isle.
Caithness - (caithness.org).
(External Link) - Caithness Community Website, comprehensive information on all aspects of Caithness of interest to both residents and visitors.
(External Link) - Cromarty is the Highlands' best preserved historic town.
Cromarty and District Community Council - CDCC.
(External Link) - CDCC represents the interests of the people of Cromarty and District, to The Highland Council, and North of Scotland Water Authority, Scottish Hydro-Electric, Police, Highland Health Authorities, BT & Post Office, etc.
Find information about Community Councils in the Highlands (with links to their websites where available)
(External Link) - Dornoch, peace, tranquillity, hospitality, scenery and a history stretching back 3000 years
(External Link) - We have created this Web site to let you know about this area, situated on the shores of Loch Ness.
Durness - (Ceud mile failte gu Diuranais! - A hundred thousand welcomes to Durness!).
(External Link) - Durness, the most far flung corner of Scotland is Durness, lying 16 km east of Cape Wrath on the north coast, it is the most north-westerly inhabited area of the Highlands.
(External link) - A community website which has information on accommodation, attractions and restaurants in Fort Augustus.
Strathglass and Glen Affric
(External Link) - A community and tourism website on Strathglass and the surrounding area, Glen Affric, recently designated a National Nature Reserve, and also Glens Cannich and Strathfarrar.
Glen Spean - (www.glenspean.com).
(External Link) - The Highland village of Spean Bridge, named after the structure built there by Thomas Telford, can be found where the Great Glen meets Glen Spean, some 12 miles to the NE of Fort William.
(External Link) - Helmsdale is approx. seventy miles north of Inverness on the A9 to Wick.
Highland Youth Voice
(External Link) Youth Voice will be an elected 'youth parliament' for Highland, young people from each secondary school will be elected to represent their generation, there will also be youth forum representatives & young people with special needs.
Inverness, Capital of The Highlands and Islands
(External Link) - Internet Guide to Inverness
Isle of Eigg
(External Link) - There are around seventy residents on Eigg, most of whom live at Cleadale, on the North side of the island, Eigg has a Primary School, a resident doctor, a shop and Post Office.
Isle of Jura
(External Link) - information and news about the island and its activities.
Isle of Skye, Lochalsh and Raasay - Welcome - Failte
(External Link) Official web site for the communities of Skye, Lochalsh, and Raasay on the north west coast of Scotland, discover a wealth of information about our area and way of life, make contact with local people who can help you.
Kincraig Community (Feshie Bridge & Insh)
(External Link) - Community information and a range of activities involving the communities of Kincraig, Feshiebridge & Insh
Kingussie Community Web.
(External Link) - Welcome to the Capital of Badenoch, in the Highlands, nestling beside the River Spey, next to the Cairngorm and Monadhliath Mountains, a land of mountains and glens, forests and moorland, rivers and lochs, a landscape for all seasons.
(External Link) - The Knoydart Foundation was created to procure and manage for the benefit of the public the Knoydart Estate as an area of employment and settlement.
(External Link) - Laggan is an ideal location for all outdoor activities
Lochaber Transport Forum
(External Link) - Information on community and public transport in Lochaber.
Mallaig Heritage Centre.
(External Link) - Welcome to Mallaig Heritage Centre, an essential stopping point for everyone who is interested in finding out about the history and culture of the West Highlands of Scotland.
(External Link) - Nethybridge is the perfect centre to enjoy, to the full, the glorious Highland countryside.
(External Link) - Newtonmore, the Heart of the Highlands
Ross and Cromarty Heritage Society
(External link) - a multimedia account of the thirty six communities in Ross and Cromarty.
Rural Community Gateway
(External Link) - the Rural Community Gateway Website for Scotland is a one stop shop for news, information, links and networking for people living and working in rural Scotland.
Skye and Lochalsh Community Toolkit
(External Link) - An innovative resource developed for and with the help of local community groups. It is intended to help community groups improve their group's skills and knowledge, develop projects, learn from the experiences of other community groups and thereby bring benefits to their area.
Skye, the Island and Lochalsh / An T-Eilean Sgitheanach & Loch Aillse
(External Link) - The official website for Skye, Lochalsh and Raasay in the north west of Scotland.
(External Link) -ÀRAINN SHUAINEIRT is the name chosen by the local community for the complex that includes Ardnamurchan High School and all the additional community facilities.
Sunart Oakwoods Initiative
(External Link) - The woodlands are now the focus of a broad-based partnership working to restore and expand them. The Sunart Oakwoods Initiative is a partnership between communities and local agencies, including The Highland Council
(External Link) The Royal Burgh of Tain, with its ancient history and wonderful wildlife, is a town waiting to be discovered, Tain is a small but thriving town with a population of around 4,500.
Ullapool & Lochbroom
(External Link) - Official Ullapool and Lochbroom site.
Wayfarers Project - www.wayfarers.net/
(External Link) - The Wayfarers Project was set up in 1997 by the Ross & Cromarty Heritage Society to provide a multi-media account of each of the thirty-six Communities in Ross and Cromarty.
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