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Culbokie Sharing Shed 

The Sharing Shed has now been open every day for a whole year!

In that time and following the startup grant from the Black Isle Partnership, grants and donations totaling more than £2000 have been received from FCC, Ward Discretionary Fund, local donations and cash donations at the shed.  Also, over £1400 has been spent on providing stock for the shed.  In addition food and household items have been received via Fortrose Masonic Lodge, local folk and at the local shop.  Lots of garden produce, plants and other items make it a must see place to visit.

Customers aged from 2 to 92 pop into the shed and pick up a toy, a book, a jigsaw, something for tea and lots more.

Thanks so much to everyone who volunteers, supports, donates, visits, shares, or likes on Facebook.  The Community has made it such a great place for sharing and caring, and if you haven’t been in yet then please pop by.  It’s easy to spot in the carpark next to the Church. 

Opening Times

  • Every day 10am - 3.30pm

Location

The Sharing Shed is located at the car park across the road from Findon Hall and adjacent to Culbokie Church. Cairn Housing owns this land and have kindly given us permission to use it for this purpose.

What is the Sharing Shed

The Culbokie Sharing Shed is a place where anyone can either bring something along for others to take away, or take something away that they want or need. Its all completely free.

Items that can be put in the Sharing Shed include non-perishable food, home produce, books and CD's, small games and toys, plants and seeds. There will also be a noticeboard where bigger items can be advertised.

The Sharing Shed is run by a team of volunteers on a rota. If you would like to help please contact info@culbokiect.org.

CCT is grateful to the Black Isle Partnership and Ferintosh Community Council who funded this project.

Donations

We hope you enjoyed your visit to the Culbokie Sharing Shed. Donations will go towards maintaining the Shed and to other community projects in the village.

Click here to donate

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