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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.

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