WHAT’S ON IN LOCHABER
KILMALLIE Community Company is appealing for volunteers to help repair paths and clear up litter in the Pine Wood on Saturday April 22 from 10am.
Meeting at Farrow Drive, the main job will be shifting gravel to repair paths. Anyone able to help is asked to take along a wheelbarrow and shovel.
As well as the path work, there will be a litter pick. Rubbish bags and a trailer will be provided but volunteers are asked to take their own gloves. REPRESENTATIVES of Caolbased Lochaber Sensory Care will be visiting Lochaline on Tuesday April 25.
A team of staff and volunteers will be at Morvern’s Medical Practice from 10.30am until 12.30pm to offer help and advice to those living locally with sight or hearing loss.
They will also supply NHS hearing aid batteries, provide re-tubing for the hearing aids and assist with any difficulties. No appointment is required. SENSATRONIC Scotland is having another open day in Caol on April 22.
From 10am to noon, the group will be talking about the project to make music technology accessible to young people with additional support needs and introducing some of the instruments and techniques we’ve developed.
From noon- 4pm, everyone is welcome to go along and try out the instruments and meet the team. The group plans to return for five monthly work- shops. If interested, contact Kilmallie Free Church, Caol, PH33 7AU. DYSLEXIA Lochaber is hosting a talk by a language and speech therapist on Thursday April 27 at 7.30pm in Kilmallie Church Hall.
Loch Shiel Festival’s late night session on Saturday April 22 is local hero Megan Henderson.
Megan returns with members of her band Breabach, a real success story for Scots traditional music. She will be in Glenuig Hall at 9pm. LOCHABER Model Festival will take place on Saturday April 29 at Lochaber High School from 10am to 4.30pm.
Admission, adults £2,50, £1 for children and concessions.
All profits from the show will be donated to Lochaber Mountain Rescue Team.
On display will be model trucks, trains, planes, boats, cranes, helicopters and more. A HARLEY- DAVIDSON Riders Club of GB event will be taking place at the Edinburgh Woolen Mill on Saturday April 22 from 10am.
The event is being organised to encourage more local Harley- Davidson owners to join the club, the oldest one-make motorcycle club in Europe, founded in 1949.
Anyone interested in seeing some colour and hearing the wonderful exhaust note of 30 or more Harleys on the day is welcome to go along and chat with the group, and sit on for a ride as pillion.