Tributes have been paid to one of Lochaber’s most well loved clergymen, Monsignor Thomas Wynne, who passed away on Friday at the age of 89.
A community effort meant that a quilt that had been started in 1984 was finished and presented to a lady who would not have been able to do it on her own.
Arisaig Eco Project was delighted to welcome the Nimble Fingers initiative back to the village for a further three weeks of creative sewing and woodwork sessions during January and February.
Arisaig priest says Scottish Water dispute has been a ‘nightmare’
Two projects involving new housing in Arisaig along with a scheme to repair the village’s sea wall has received a grant of £258,150 from the Scottish Land Fund.
Karen Penny is currently on a mission to walk 19,000 miles circumnavigating the British and Irish coastline and is pounding the streets of Lochaber this week when she passed through the
peninsula covering Fort William to Mallaig via Ardnamurchan taking in the most westerly point of mainland UK.
The Nimblefingers project has been involved in a three-week trial with the Arisaig Community Trust’s Eco Project, bringing together some of the local supported people from Fort William with others from the Mackintosh Care Home in Mallaig and the Eco Project worker to work on recycling activities.
Arisaig WI hears tales from Down Under at October meeting