STAFF and volunteers from Lochaber Sensory Care (LSC) for sight and hearing support will visit Abbeyfield Care Home, Ballachulish, on Monday July 17
From 10.30am to 12.30pm the Caol-based team will offer help and advice to residents and members of the public living with hearing or sight loss. The LSC representatives will also supply NHS hearing aid batteries and re-tube and maintain hearing aids. ALEXANDER McCall Smith will be opening the Highland Bookshop on Fort William High Street tomorrow, Friday July 14. He will be there from 1pm signing books and talking to customers until 2.15pm. Head along to 60 High Street, Fort William, for the opening. LOCHABER Old Time Dance will be held in Kilmallie Community Centre, Corpach, on Saturday (August 12) from 8pm to midnight. Music will be by Bruce Lindsay and his Scottish dance band. Tickets are £7. MEMBERS of St Andrew's Church, Colyton, Devon, will be coming to Fort William later this month to complete the Three Peaks Challenge.
They will also sing at a service in a church in each area. The group is tackling Ben Nevis on Tuesday July 25 and singing in Duncansburgh Macintosh Church at 2pm that day. They are raising money for Young Minds. The service will include an anthem specially written for the occasion, Walk with
me, O Lord, which highlights physical challenges and mental health issues. THE LATEST gig from notfor-profit community events group CREEL will see Colonsay singer, songwriter and guitarist Donald MacNeill playing in concert with guitarist Roberto Diana, from Sardinia.
The duo, together with Jen MacNeill and Giulia Cartasegna, are touring and performing their latest album, Timeline. CREEL is delighted Caol is one of the stops on their tour. They will be at the community centre on Friday July 21 at 7.30pm for 8pm. Tickets are £9. For more information about CREEL and to book tickets, email firstname.lastname@example.org.