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Welcome to the Culbokie Community Trust

Culbokie is a community of 1,300 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.

 

 

 

Black Isle Photographic Competition 2020
Black Isle Photographic Competition 2020
Submit your entries now for the 2020 Black Isle Photographic Competition.

Click the image above for further information on how to enter.
Draw tickets for beautiful box
Draw tickets for beautiful box
Would you like to own this beautiful hand-made box in American Walnut and with ebony handles? There will be an opportunity to buy one of the remaining draw tickets for this beautiful hand-made box in American Walnut at the Church Soup Lunch event (12.00 – 1.30pm) at Findon Hall on Saturday February 29th. If you can’t make it, and wish to book a square for £4, please email CCT on info@culbokiect.org . The actual draw will take place at Culbokie Community Market at midday on Saturday March 21st.

Designed and created, and generously donated by a local resident, the box, with two internal layers and several small compartments, can be put to good use for jewellery, collections or even memory keepsakes.
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. Community and school events take place throughout the year.
Support us
Support us
Become a member, support an appeal, get hands on as a volunteer or fundraise for us - there are many ways to support us

Photo credit: Banner photos by Martin Sherring

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