News & Events

A gentle walk with learning some "Bushcraft" skills ...

Canal Waterways is holding monthly sessions for carers, in fact for anyone. Over the next few months there will be different activities such as:
  • Nature walk
  • Wild food foraging
  • Bushcraft skills
  • Heritage of the canal walks
  • Conservation activities  and more….

Family Tree ...

Anne Fraser Macquarrie, family historian for the Archive Centre in Inverness is going to be running a six week course on how to trace your family tree. It is to be held in Mac’s Café, 23a Culduthel Road, Inverness, starting on Thursday 6th September every Thursday up to 11th October between 10:00-12:00.

inverWellness Health and Well-being clinic ...

Some of you were lucky enough to attend the recent four-week health workshops at Mac’s café, run by Ashley Moore. As a result of the success and popularity of these workshops, we are happy to announce that Ashley is going to hold regular surgeries for any of you who have questions on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month in Mac’s. All are welcome. She will be there from 10:30-11:30, starting on Thursday 2nd August.  Tea and coffee will be available for £1.50

Well we are also delighted to inform you that on Wednesday mornings from 1st August, Ashley will be offering a 30 minute massage at a special discounted price for carers of £20 at Mac’s café. (Usually £30)


Carers News May 2018 ...

The lastest edition of Carers News is packed with information on events and activities that are happening throughout Highland to celebrate Carers Week and the amazing contribution crers make to their families and communities.

There's news on our Yoga for Carers classes, how to make potions and lotions from your kitchen cupboard ingredients, an introduction to the latest member of the team Donna Shaw and some training sessions for older carers.

You can read the latest edition here.

Afternoon Tea with Connecting Carers ...

Connecting Carers would like to invite unpaid carers in Highland to come together during Carers Week to celebrate the vital contribution carers make every day.  

Carers need access to breaks – from a few hours to a couple of weeks – to recharge the batteries and maintain a life of their own alongside caring.  Please join us for coffee, cake & chat or afternoon tea.

For more information and to book your place follow the link below to details of the event closest to where you are.  All events are free for unpaid carers in Highland.  Places are limited to early booking is advised.  Entry by ticket only.

To find out more and book:
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