A group of residents managed to build this wash station at the local Co-op, where everyone from the village does their shopping.
Some Skye locals are concerned that with the rise in visitor numbers, shelves at the food shop can become bare quite quickly and Kate Forbes made sure that management knew of the concerns.
The donation of £645 will make a big difference to the small school that would find it difficult to raise that amount of money on their own.
As landowners agree to essential renovations on the Caol car park, the improvements are almost ready to go after months of waiting.
Caol Regeneration has taken up the reigns of repairing and unblocking the drains in Caol’s shop car park but is yet to receive the go-ahead from Ladbrokes or Co-Op.
The end of last month saw the crew of the RNLI’s Portree lifeboat together with local fundraisers for the charity, join mascot Stormy Stan, at the Portree Co-operative Store to receive a cheque. Two other charity groups also received their respective cheques.
SiMBA Simpson’s Memory Box Appeal, Lochgilphead Phoenix Project, and Argyll and Bute Youth Forum are all set to benefit.