Culbokie woods are a fantastic local resource and offer something for everyone, from walking, cycling and orienteering to bird watching and wild food foraging. The Culbokie Community Trust organise a range of activities.
The Sharing Shed is a great way to encourage food sharing, and minimise waste. Well stocked with everything from food and household goods to toys, books and craft items. You can help yourself, donate or exchange - the shed is there for everyone.
Our orienteering course is suitable for everyone, whether you are a beginner or experienced orienteer. Culbokie Community Trust organises family and school events and training or you can use one of our maps and try it yourself.
A unique community patchwork quilt created by Culbokie residents stitches together a picture of how we've experienced the pandemic and reminds us of the community spirit and resilience shown during the first lockdown. The framed panels are on display in Findon Hall.
Clubs, groups and societies
Culbokie offers a range of clubs, groups and activities for all ages.
Black Isle photographic competition
Now in its fourth year, the competition is open to all, whether you are a keen amateur, camera club member, first-time photographer, student, or primary school pupil. A different theme is selected each year.
Caring for our village
A team of volunteers help to keep Culbokie attractive, clean and safe.