Gaelic organisations and resources
The Gaelic Language Board, Bord na Gaidhlig
The Gaelic Language Board is the national Gaelic Development Agency. The Agency is working closely with the Scottish Government and the Scottish Parliament and Local Authorities across Scotland to promote Gaelic.
Comunn na Gaidhlig (CnaG)
Scotland's Gaelic Development Agency.
A major learning and research resource for everyone with an interest in the language, culture and history of the Scottish Highlands and Islands. The website can be navigated in Gaelic and English.
An Comunn Gaidhealach
There are currently 20 provincial Mods held throughout Scotland every year that provide many opportunities to take part in Gaelic language, music and cultural events.
Comunn Gaidhlig Inbhir Nis - The Gaelic Society of Inverness
The Gaelic Society of Inverness was established in 1871 for the specific purpose of cultivating the language, poetry and music of the Scottish Highlands and generally promoting the interests of the Gaelic speaking people.
Fèisean nan Gàidheal - The National Association of Gaelic Arts Youth Tuition festivals
Fèisean nan Gàidheal was established in 1988 as the independent umbrella association of the Fèis movement. The organisation offers grant-aid, training programmes, insurance and many other services.
- Telecommunications development
- Gaelic policies
- Communication Strategy
- Equality Impact Assessments - Public Conveniences
- Public Consultation – proposed designs to link the communities of Lochloy in Nairn and the A96 retail park via the Balmakeith Industrial Estate
- Black Isle Show Exemption 2022
- Strategic Tourism Infrastructure Development Plan
- Free Period Products: Highland
- Plana Gàidhlig 2023-28 | Gaelic Language Plan 2023-28
- Geàrr-chunntas | Summary - draft Gaelic Language Plan 2023-2028
- Water Safety Policy