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Welcome to the Culbokie Community Trust

Culbokie is a community of 1,250 people on the Black Isle, in the Highlands of Scotland.  It lies 15 miles from Inverness and 7 miles from Dingwall.

Our village overlooks the Cromarty Firth, with Ben Wyvis in the background. Behind us, you'll find Culbokie woods is a great place to explore and take in the Highland air.

Culbokie Community Trust (CCT) was set up in 2014 to develop a new gathering space and community hub in the centre of the village. It will be developed on land purchased by CCT in 2015  and is known as the Glascairn Community Project. Our ambition is that the new facility will include a café, a digitally connected health room, a flexi space for community activities and some business rental space together with a covered outdoor space, plus outside seating, play areas and gardens.

Since 2014 CCT has evolved to take on many other projects. These include hosting the monthly Culbokie Community Market, helping to look after Culbokie Woods, running the Permanent Orienteering Course in Culbokie Woods, exploring our local history and helping to keep the village clean and tidy.

Please explore our website to find out more about our village, our vision for its future and all our projects, events, activities and groups which are already in full swing.

 

 

 

Coming Home
Coming Home
Culbokie Community Trust invites you to
‘Coming Home’ an illustrated talk by local historical novelist Shona MacLean on her researching and writing of The Bookseller of Inverness, a gripping historical thriller set in Inverness in the wake of the 1746 Battle of Culloden.

Saturday 28 Jan 2023
7 for 7.30 pm
Findon Hall

The talk will be followed by an informal interview, questions from the audience and book signing

Reserve tickets below. Alternatively tickets will also be available to buy from Culbokie Spar Shop & at the Culbokie Community Markets in December & January.
(Tickets will not be provided for online sales and your booking will be acknowledged on entry to the event).

Ticket price - £8

• Tea, coffee and home baking
• If you wish something stronger, BYOB
• Don’t forget some cash for the raffle and the opportunity to purchase a copy of Shona’s book.
Coming Home£8.00
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2023 Black Isle Wall Calendar
2023 Black Isle Wall Calendar
Twelve beautiful images of the Black Isle, all entries to this year's Black Isle Photographic Competition 'My Beautiful Black Isle'.

The spiral bound, wall-hanging version is A4 in size (113/4" x 81/4" or 30cm x 21cm). See right to buy desk version.

Email event@culbokiect.org to arrange delivery/collection or for
postal charges.

Also available to purchase from Culbokie Spar or The Cheese Shop, Cromarty.
2023 Black Isle Wall Calendar £10.00
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2023 Black Isle Desk Calendar
2023 Black Isle Desk Calendar
Twelve beautiful images of the Black Isle, all entries to this year's Black Isle Photographic Competition 'My Beautiful Black Isle'.

This spiral bound, desk version measures 111/4" x 41/4" or 28.5cm x 10.5cm). See left to buy wall version.

Email event@culbokiect.org to arrange delivery/collection or for postal charges.

Also available to purchase from Culbokie Spar or The Cheese Shop, Cromarty.
2023 Black Isle Desk Calendar£8.00
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Culbokie Lockdown Quilt
Culbokie Lockdown Quilt
Read about the creation of the Culbokie Lockdown Quilt and the story behind each patch, written in the words of the patchmakers.

A lovely full-colour, 41-page booklet which includes a scan of each patch along with an explanation in the patchmaker's words.
Culbokie Lockdown Quilt£3.00
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Why not try orienteering in Culbokie Woods?
Why not try orienteering in Culbokie Woods?
If you like being active outdoors and enjoy a challenge, why not try our orienteering course in Culbokie Woods?. You can enjoy it as an individual, a family or group.

Photo credit: Banner photos by Martin Sherring

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