SPEAN Bridge Golf Club will hold its annual general meeting and awards presentation next month.
The event will take place on Saturday February 25 and will include a Texas scramble at 11am.
Refreshments, in the clubhouse, will be served between 1pm and 2pm, with the AGM and awards starting at 2pm. A LOOK back at the aluminium plant which is due for expansion will take place next week at the Lochaber Local History Society talk.
Mick Tighe will be speaking about the Fort William plant’s early construction, illustrated by many newly discovered photographs. The talk has been prompted by the finding of many boxes of glass plate slides stored in the factory which have been painstakingly cleaned and reproduced.
All welcome at the Ben Nevis Hotel on Thursday February 2 at 8pm. MAK-A- DIN will play in Glencoe next month. Gordon and Davy are a lively Scottish and Irish folk duo and will perform at the Clachaig Inn on February 27. All music is in the Boots Bar and starts at 9pm. Free entry. Over-18s. LEARN how to make healthy meals on a budget with zero food waste. Lochaber Environmental Group will starts a sixweek bloc of cooking classes in Caol Youth Centre starting Wednesday February 1 from 10am-noon. Booking is essential so to secure your place call 01397 700090 or email info@ lochaberenviro.org.uk. THE 325th anniversary of the Massacre of Glencoe will be held on Monday February 13. A remembrance service will be held in St Mary’s Church, Glencoe, at 11am, followed by the march to the Massacre Cross at approximately 11.45am. THE Music Shed Choir starts on Tuesday January 31 at 7.30pm in St Andrew’s Church Hall. New members are welcome. The only qualification is to enjoy singing.