What’s On Lochaber 16.01.20

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Crocheting classes are continuing to run every Wednesday from 5.30pm to 7.30pm at Caol Library. The Woolpack will give you the tools to start creating your own projects, experiment with new ideas and ignite creativity with this technique. There is no need to book, but you can get more information from Magda on 07917 554474 or magdalena.kruk@highlifehighland.com

The next outing for the Nevis Hillwalking Club will be to Gleann Dubh Lighe to do Streap and three Corbett tops. This is a long hike of more than 18 kilometres in distance and 1,340 metres of ascent. For more information, contact the club secretary on 01397 701783 or the website on www.nevishillwalking.club.

Friends of Nevis Bird Ringing are holding an event at the Glen Nevis Visitor Centre on Sunday January 19 from 9am to 3pm, subject to weather. Experienced British Trust of Ornithology bird ringer John Owen will be on hand to help people see the birds up close, then watch them be released. All welcome.

Lochaber Sensory Care will hold an outreach clinic at Ballachulish Abbeyfield Care Home, on Monday January 20, from 10.30am to 12.30pm.

Lochaber Environmental Group continues this round of bike repair classes on Wednesday January 22, for the next three weeks. The classes teach basic maintenance and repair, including how to keep your chain running smoothly, puncture repair, and adjusting and repairing your brakes and gears. For more information and to register, email kate@lochaberenviro.org.uk

Lochaber Transport Forum will hold an open public meeting in Duncansburgh Church Hall, the Parade, Fort William, at 11am on Tuesday, February 4. Up for discussion will be local issues and concerns relating to buses/coaches, trains, ferries, walking, cycling and roads and pavements.