​​​​​​​£290k funding approved for rural community projects

Three community projects in Kiltarlity, Isle of Canna/Isle of Sanday and Gairloch have been approved £290k from Highland Council’s capital discretionary fund by Members of the Council’s Corporate Resources Committee.

Cllr Alister Mackinnon, Chair of the Corporate Resources Committee said: “These well-deserving community projects that are ready to go will make a huge difference to each community they are located in.”

Lovat Shinty Club have been granted £80k funding to help build a new sports and recreational pavilion in Kiltarlity.

Isle of Canna Community Development Trust was awarded £10k to create a non-tidal vehicle access track on the Isle of Sanday which will allow use of the road bridge that connects Sanday with Canna without being dependent on tides.

Members also approved £200k for Gairloch & District Heritage Company Ltd. towards the costs of developing a new community heritage hub in the former Council Roads depot.

30 Aug 2017
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