Kilmallie Community Council represents everyone who lives and works in Corpach, Banavie, Muirshearlich, Glen Loy, Camaghael, Annat, Fassfern and Kinlocheil, and all the small places along the north shore of Loch Eil, and on the banks of the Caledonian Canal as far as Moy. We also welcome all visitors to this beautiful part of Lochaber in the West Highlands of Scotland.

Support for the Kilmallie Community News

We are currently seeking support to put the Community News on a sustainable footing.   So far the appeal has gone to businesses that have been able to work through the Covid restrictions and we are receiving some generous support.  Sponsors offer an amount of their choice and can a nominate a specific month in the year that would suit them.  We need £2,700 a year to allow us to continue to deliver four editions a year to around 1,000 homes and businesses, free of charge.  So far we are nearing half-way to that target and much appreciate the support.   



Pictured above with Editor Carol Anne Campbell and Chair John Hutchison is Angela Coburn, HR and Community Benefits Manager of TSL Contractors Limited who said; “TSL Contractors seeks to work proactively with, and add value back to, the communities within which we work. We are therefore delighted to support Kilmallie Community Council and in particular in its production of the Kilmallie Community News which adds such value to community life.”  TSL Contractors Ltd is the contractor building houses on the Blàr Mòr at present.  

A full list of sponsors will appear in due course and the back cover of future editions will carry their logo.  Many thanks!

We’d love to hear from you

Please get in touch:

  • we can publicise your event, and include your News;
  • talk to us about having your community group’s own free page in our Community Section;
  • if there’s something you’d like Kilmallie Community Council to do for the community;
  • if you’d like to get involved.


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The Community Cupboard has now returned to Kilmallie Community Centre where folk can take items they need or make donations.  It is now open Mon, Tues, Sat - 10 till 5, Thurs 11 till 5 and Fri 10 till 5.  How it works is explained here.    We thank the Scouts for the temporary use of their Hall.

Our Covid 19 Guidance leaflet is here

We have set up a Helpline and can be contacted on 01397 470880

Please check our Facebook page for updates

Latest newsletter:

No 71, June 2021

(pdf 6 MB)


Latest approved minutes as pdf:

28 June 2021


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