What’s on in Lochaber – week 09

Want to read more?

We value our content  and access to our full site is  only available with a  subscription. Your subscription entitles you to 7-day-a-week access to our website, plus a full digital copy of that week’s paper to read on your pc/mac or mobile device In addition your subscription includes access to digital archive copies from 2006 onwards

Just want to read one issue? No problem you can subscribe for just one week (or longer if you wish)

Already a subscriber?


Subscribe Now

Thursday February 27: Lochaber Music for All presents Palisander recorder consort in concert. St Andrew’s Church Hall, Fort William, 7.30pm. Tickets at the door.

Sunday March 1: A quartet from the musicians of Scottish Opera will perform music relating to First World War at 3pm in St Mary’s Church, Arisaig. There will also be singers including Fiona MacDonald and Patrick Mundy.

Monday March 2: Lochaber Ladies will be gathering at 7.17pm at the Montrose Centre in Inverlochy for their monthly meeting. The guest speaker will be Gladys Johnstone telling her story.

Tuesday March 3: Fort William Accordion and Fiddle Club present a musical evening from 7.30pm. Guest artists will be the Alan Gardiner Trio. Railway Club, Inverlochy. Admission £5. Tea and raffle extra.

Friday March 6: World Day of Prayer Service will be held at 2pm in Kilmallie Church of Scotland, Caol. It is interdenominational, ecumenical and for all ages. This year’s service was written by women of Zimbabwe and the theme is to ‘Rise, take your mat and walk.’

Thursday March 5: Lochaber Local History Society sees former councillor and local GP Dr Michael Foxley speaking on ‘Working with Communities as a Councillor’. All welcome. Ben Nevis Hotel, Fort William, at 7pm.

Saturday March 21: Caol Primary School spring fete with teas/coffees/soup/hot dogs. Also baking and bottle stalls, raffle and silent auction with some great prizes. Sammy’s doughnut stall. Face painting, nail painting. Bouncy castle, beat the goalie, crafts and games stalls.