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Abbey Theatre

3-4 September 2016

The Abbey Theatre Club has been in its current location since 1964 when extensive renovations turned this derelict building into a working theatre.  Following a complete refurbishment in 1995 with the help of National Lottery Funding, the theatre now boasts a 79 seater auditorium, full backstage dressing facilities and extensive storage space for scenery, props and costumes.  The Abbey Theatre Club produces a number of plays every year, including a pantomime which is often a completely original production. Productions cover a wide range of tastes, from Scots comedies to thrillers and musical plays. The Club also has an active youth group. Run as a charity, the running of the Abbey Theatre Club and the upkeep of the building is the effort and responsibility of a group of volunteers. Tours of backstage area will be available.

Highland - Badenoch & Strathspey

Abernethy Old Kirk

6 September 2015

Community-owned Abernethy Old Kirk, which is Grade C-listed, dates back to the 1760s.  The site dates back as a religious site to the 1180s according to a Latin manuscript.  The building has a unique layout in that the pulpit in the centre of the south wall with pews in a "horseshoe" shape.  It is used for weddings, funerals, occasional worship, talks, concerts and various cultural displays and exhibitions.  WWI exhibition displaying artefacts, war diaries, photographs, letters and a Remembrance Tree for you to add your own personal tribute to a loved one who served in the Great War.Children (and adults!) can enjoy searching for the 10 white mice hidden around the kirk. Information sheets, children's activities, crafts, tombola, and second-hand books for sale. Tea and home-baking available. www.oldkirknethybridge.orgtel 01479 821944 or 079 3441 3063oldkirk@nethybridge.com

Highland - Inverness

An Lòchran / Inverness Campus

3 September 2016

Inverness Campus is a stunning 215 acre landscaped site which is home to business, education and research organisations. This high quality environment, developed by Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE), already houses Inverness College UHI and An Lòchran, a collaborative centre between Highlands and Islands Enterprise and the University of the Highlands and Islands and Scotland's Rural College. Developed by Highlands & Islands Enterprise, Inverness Campus is an attractive high-quality location fo academic, business and research organisations.  The vision for the Campus is an outstanding built environment with world-class facilities and generous landscaped green space.  This will both attract people to the area and offer a community asset for use by everyone.The first buildings will open in 2015, including a new state-of-the-art home for Inverness College UHI.  The infrastructure for the first phase of the ambitious Campus development in now complete, with new roads, bridges, cycle/footpaths and high quality hard and soft landscaping in place.  The Campus will be fuly developed over the next 20 years.

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