All Highland community councils come to the end of their term in October and the process for seeking nominations for the new Kilmallie Community Council is explained in our September Community News. Nominations are now open and the Highland Council website carries further details here. Guidance is given here and nomination form here which must […]
We were pleased to nominate Treasurer and Newsletter Editor Carol Anne Campbell in the ‘Volunteer of the Year’ category of the VOSCARS – but we were delighted when she won! Details with a ‘bonnie photie’ on the Voluntary Action Lochaber website here.
Over the past two years NHS Highland has been more actively taking forward the work on the New Belford to be built on the Blàr Mòr and the Initial Agreement with the Scottish Government as finalised in June 2022. Since then there have been many meetings between clinicians and also of the Stakeholders’ Group and […]
Our June 2023 issue, edition number 79 is now being distributed by our band of volunteers, free to every letterbox in Kilmallie, private and business. This is possible due to the generous support of our sponsors, most of whom appear on the back page. You can download and read the newsletter here. If you need […]
Although the Kilmallie Community Company is a completely separate organisation from Kilmallie Community Council, residents will want to know of its AGM on 24 February in the Community Centre. The Notice and Agenda is here. Further information about the Community Company is on this website here.
The bonnie photie is courtesy of Dougie Dykes, one of the excellent Kilmallie Christmas Lights Team.
The Christmas Lights Team gave their usual high performance in getting the lights ready in time, ably switched on by Seren Bell and James Hood from Banavie Primary School, described as diligent, hard-working pupils and worthy of the honour. Afterwards the crowd repaired to the Community Centre to hear the Showstoppers and enjoy a srùbag […]
The traditional service and Act of Remembrance will take place at Banavie War Memorial on Sunday 12th November at 3 pm, to be led by a minister from Fort William Kilmallie Parish. A wreath will be laid on behalf of the Kilmallie Community.
The Chair’s Annual Report which was accepted by the AGM on 27 June can be read here.
We have been in the habit of publishing reports on progress with the New Belford, or more correctly, Lochaber Health and Social Care Redesign since the scope is much greater than simply the new hospital on the Blàr Mòr. While the community stakeholders welcomed NHS Highland’s announcement of the approval of the Initial Agreement for […]