KeepActive : Special Interest clubs and groups in Inverness and Area
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The list which follows shows the name, venue and contact details for 34 activities in the category "Special Interest" which will be of interest to older folk in Inverness and the surrounding area. The categories are listed alphabetically within towns - the list of choices on the left hand side of the screen allows different categories to be displayed.

Each entry in the list will offer information regarding meeting days and times plus a number of choices whereby you can be transferred to the website of an organisation, send an email or text message to the organiser, view the location on a map or find a contact number to call.


Ardersier : Monthly Blether about Local History, Old School Click for contact details
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A monthly meet up to look after the archives and discuss the heritage of the area including researching the area during WW1 the place names of Petty and Ardersier (and their stories)

All welcome and tea and cake provided!

Meeting Times
   Thursday : 1900 to 2100 Monthly

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   Meets first Thursday of the month.
Cost
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Balloch : Smithton Long Term Condition Support Group, Balloch Hall Click for contact details
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Living better with a long term condition.

Pick up lots of useful tips and techniques to help you to self manage, plus tea, chat and Boccia!

Anyone (of any age) with a long term condition made very welcome.

Transport available.

To find out more, contact Roy by phone on 01667 455620 or by email, just click on "Send an Email".

Meeting Times
   Thursday : 1200 to 1400 Monthly

Note
   Meets on last Thursday of the month from 12.00-2.00pm
Cost
   £2.00 per meeting

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Balnain : Gaelic Classes, Village Hall Click for contact details
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Gaelic lessons.

All ages welcome.

Meeting Times
   Monday : 1930 to 1930

Cost
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Dingwall : Dingwall and District Carers and Former Carers, Dingwall St Clements Church Click for contact details
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Carer's support groups are a great way to meet other carers and share knowledge and experience.

Meeting Times
   Tuesday : 1900 to 2100 Monthly

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   1st Tuesday of every month
Cost
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Dingwall : Sports Memories, The Global Energy Stadium Click for contact details
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We welcome men and women with dementia who have an interest in football as a player, fan, referee or manager.

We use photographs and memorabilia to share memories and encourage conversations in a friendly, supportive setting. We serve pies and Bovril at half time.

This is a group for people who are able to attend safely on their own or who are accompanied by someone to support them.

Meeting Times
   Wednesday : 1400 to 1530 Monthly

Note
   Last Wednesday of the month running from March till September
Cost
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Dornoch : Dornoch Carers Drop In, West Church Hall Click for contact details
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Carers are invited to drop by and enjoy coffee, tea and biscuits and chat to other carers.

Meeting Times
   Thursday : 1230 to 1330 Monthly

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   3rd Thursday of the month
Cost
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Inverness : Canine Club, Green Drive Hall Click for contact details
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Highland Canine Association

Dog and Ringcraft Training

Meeting Times
   Tuesday : 1930 to 2100

Cost
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Inverness : Cheerful Chesters, Raigmore Community Centre Click for contact details
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Exercise to music, circuit training, followed by a cuppa and chat. Open to anyone living with chest illness, also open to partner.

We are an Inverness based group, whose main objectives are to help people with severe respiratory problems through regular gentle exercise.

The class is taken by a qualified respiratory physiotherapist; if appropriate an educational element is introduced to help people cope better with their condition.

Includes tea, coffee and biscuits.

Meeting Times
   Monday : 1100 to 1300

Cost
   Annual subscription of £10.00
   
   Weekly charge of £2.00

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Inverness : Highland Family History Society, Highland Archive Centre Click for contact details
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The Highland Family History Society promotes the study of genealogy, family history and related subjects in the Highlands of Scotland. We try to fulfil our remit by collecting and publishing information that will help anyone researching their family’s history in the Highlands, by providing help and advice to those just starting their research, and by encouraging researchers to join the society and share the fruits of their researches with other members through our monthly talks, our ever-expanding website, and our colourful quarterly journal.

The Highland Family History Society is based in the Family History Room at the Highland Archive Centre in Inverness. Volunteers from the Society are available to assist visiting members on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, 11am – 3pm. Members are advised to ring on the intended day of their visit to ensure that a volunteer from the Society will be available.

We have a monthly members meeting with visiting speakers.

Meeting Times
   Wednesday : 1930 to 2100 Monthly

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   All talks will be held in the Highland Archive Centre, Bught Road, Inverness between September and April
   FUTURE EVENTS
   Wednesday 22nd February 2017
   At 7.30pm, a talk by Dr David Worthington, entitled "The Aberdeenshire Leslies in Central Europe".
   Wednesday 22nd March 2017
   At 7.00pm: AGM, followed by, at 7.30pm, a talk by Graeme Mackenzie, entitled "A Macmillan's a Macmillan by any other name".
   Wednesday 26th April 2017
   At 7.30pm, a talk by Norman Newton, entitled "A Case Study in Highland Family History"
Cost
   Ordinary £12 includes entry without charge to monthly meetings in Inverness
   Non members are charged £2
   

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Inverness : Highland German Society, Saint Ninian's Church Click for contact details
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Our aim is to promote an interest in the culture and traditions of the German speaking countries, and, through wider knowledge, foster understanding and relations between people living in the Highlands and those living in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.

The Society, which was established in 1993, include members who often holiday, or have lived and worked in a German speaking country, and also native German speakers, who have settled in or around Inverness.

Meeting Times
   Wednesday : 1930 to 2100 Monthly

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   1st Wednesday each month from October to April
Cost
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Inverness : Highland Humanist Society, Kingsmills Hotel Click for contact details
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The group offers members (and non-members) a chance to meet other Humanists for interesting talks, discussion, socialising and much more. Membership of the Humanist Society Scotland entitles you to attend their meetings, film nights, debates and social occasions.

Meeting Times
   Sunday : 1900 to 2100 Monthly

Note
   Second Sunday of month
Cost
   HSS individual annual membership £32 (£20 for people with low income)

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Inverness : Hilton Long Term Condition Support Group, Hilton Church Hall Click for contact details
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Living better with a long term condition. Lots of tips and techniques to help you self manage, plus tea, chat and Boccia!

Anyone (of any age) with long term condition very welcome - and carers too.

Transport Available.

To find out more, contact Roy by phone on 01667 455620 or by email, just click on "Send an Email".

Meeting Times
   Tuesday : 1330 to 1530 Monthly

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   Meets last Tuesday of every month from 1.30-3.30pm in Hilton Church Hall, Druid Road side of church.
Cost
   £2.00 per meeting

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Inverness : Inverness Civic Trust, Glenmoriston Hotel Click for contact details
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The Inverness Civic Trust is an independent voluntary body made up of citizens who have an interest in both conserving and enhancing the general environment of the City.

It was established in November 1967 to stimulate public interest in the history and character in Inverness and its surrounding area, to encourage preservation and development of features of public amenity and historic interest and to encourage high standards of architecture and town planning.

Everyone is very welcome to our meetings, members or not. If there is a speaker or subject that interests or concerns you, please do not hesitate to come along.

Meeting Times
   Thursday : 1930 to 2130 Monthly

Note
   Our meetings are usually held on the 3rd Thursday of every month from September through to June and we meet in the Annex of the Glenmoriston Hotel
Cost
   The members annual subscriptions are:- Individual £15, Couple £20, Corporate £100 and Life Members a single payment of £150.

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Inverness : Inverness DCaff Dementia Cafe, Dementia Resource Centre Click for contact details
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Dementia Cafes exist to give you the chance to meet others dealing with the same experiences as you. They offer support and information in a relaxed cafe environment.

Dementia Cafes are for people who are able to attend safely on their own or who are accompanied by somebody able to support them.

The café is open to anyone with dementia and their carers whether they live in the area, are on a day out or on holiday, so why not come along for a cuppa and a blether.

Meeting Times
   Thursday : 1300 to 1500 Monthly

Note
   First Thursday of month
   
   No contact in advance is needed, it is a drop in session and everybody with dementia, a friend or family members are welcome.
Cost
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Inverness : Inverness Field Club, Millburn Academy Click for contact details
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WHO ARE WE AND WHAT DO WE DO?

Our members, who come from all walks of life, meet regularly throughout the year. Our varied interests include natural history, geology, archaeology and local history. These are reflected in our extensive lecture and excursion programmes.

Evening lectures from experts in their field are held once a month from Autumn to Spring in the hall at Millburn Academy, Inverness. These are free of charge to members.

Summer study excursions for members are organised, at cost, to all parts of Scotland. These take place on Saturdays.

On joining you will receive full details of the lecture and excursion programmes.

While keeping faith with the spirit of our predecessors, today's Field Club hopes, by this varied range of activities, to stimulate an interest in, and an understanding of, our local environment, history and heritage.

ALL ARE WELCOME TO JOIN - click on website for details

Meeting Times
   Wednesday : 1900 to 2100 Monthly

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   Lectures take place in New Millburn Academy Assembly Hall, Diriebught Road, lnverness at 7.30 p.m (doors open at 7.00 p.m.).
   We meet once a month, on the 3rd Wednesday, from October to March inclusive, with one exception. We take the 2nd Wednesday in December to accommodate use by the school.
Cost
   ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP £12

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Inverness : Inverness Football Memories / WAGS: Carer's Group, Dementia Resource Centre Click for contact details
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The Football Memories is a reminiscence group for those with memory problems. Join us and share your favourite football memories as a player or a fan.

A pie and Bovril at half time!

WAGs: Carer's Group runs at the same time within the same venue.

*Please Note

Football Memories does have a waiting list so please contact Kenny Wright for further information.

Meeting Times
   Tuesday : 1400 to 1530 Monthly

Note
   First Tuesday of month.
   
   
Cost
   £1 per person

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Inverness : Inverness Hospital Radio, Raigmore Hospital Click for contact details
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Inverness Hospital Radio has around 30 members - many (most!) over the age of 50. We provide programmes 24 hours a day, 7 days a week thanks to technology and we present 1 or 2 live programmes each day. We always welcome new members but appreciate that people who are interested may not know what we do. If you would like initially just to have a look around then just get in touch so we can arrange something.

Most of us had no experience in radio when we started so don’t be put off. There are many other aspects to being part of Inverness Hospital Radio. A few of our members don’t present programmes but go round and visit patients to collect requests or some members are interested in the technical side of things. There’s something for everybody. See our website or Facebook page for more details.

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Inverness : Inverness Toastmasters, Inverness College UHI Click for contact details
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Inverness Toastmaster meetings are inclusive, educational and fun.

They allow you to practice your communication and leadership skills in a friendly and supportive environment, where everyone wants you to succeed.

There is always so much to learn at our meetings and it's a great place to network too.

We start promptly at 630 pm so ask attendees to arrive for 6.15pm.

Please note that the meetings are now at Inverness College UHI, Room 202

Meeting Times
   Wednesday : 1830 to 2030

Note
   Second and fourth Wednesdays of the month.
Cost
   Guests are welcome to come along to 3 meetings to see if they like the club, costs are £50 per 6 month period after that.

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Inverness : Maggie's Highlands, Maggie's Highlands Click for contact details
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Provides free practical, emotional and social support for people with cancer and their family and friends.

In the grounds of Raigmore Hospital, our Centre is a warm and welcoming place, with professional staff on hand to offer the support you need to find your way through cancer.

Our Centre is a place to find practical help about benefits and eating well; a place where qualified experts offer emotional support; a place to meet other people or simply to sit quietly with a cup of tea.

We offer support for anyone affected by cancer at any stage, and their family and friends. You may have been recently diagnosed, completed treatment and be in remission or have a family member or friend that has received a diagnosis.

Meeting Times
   Monday : 0900 to 1700
   Tuesday : 0900 to 1700
   Wednesday : 0900 to 1700
   Thursday : 0900 to 1700
   Friday : 0900 to 1700

Cost
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Inverness : Men's Cycle to Health Project, Velocity Cafe Click for contact details
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Cycling towards improved physical and mental and well-being.

Getting exercise and being outdoors can have many positive effects on our physical and mental well-being. Velocity¡¦s Men¡¦s Cycle to Health project works with men who are interested in exploring the benefits of cycling within a group. The project is open to men aged 18 and over and welcomes riders of all abilities and levels of fitness.

Group rides can help with:

„h Getting more active and feeling healthier

„h Meeting new people

„h Building motivation and confidence

„h Reducing feelings of isolation, stress, anxiety or low mood

We can lend you a bike, helmet and jacket. Get in touch if you feel your lifestyle could be healthier or you are experiencing any of the following:Low motivation or confidence, Feelings of isolation, Stress or anxiety,Low mood

Meeting Times
   Monday : 0900 to 1200
   Tuesday : 0900 to 1200

Note
   The project starts with a 1:1 meeting with one of our small team, who will introduce the project, answer any of your questions and concerns and discuss whether the project is right for you.
   
   The next step involves one ride per week for four weeks in a small supportive group with men of similar abilities, exploring routes in and around Inverness.
   
   Following the initial rides, there is the opportunity to stay part of the group with regular evening and weekend rides and a bike mechanics session on the first Tuesday evening of the month..
Cost
   Funded

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Inverness : Merkinch Long Term Condition Support Group, Trinity Church of Scotland Click for contact details
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Living better with a long term condition.

Lots of useful tips and techniques to help you to self manage, plus tea, chat and Boccia!

Anyone (of any age) with a long term condition made very welcome - and carers too.

Transport available.

To find out more, contact Roy by phone on 01667 455620 or by email, just click on "Send an Email".

Meeting Times
   Monday : 1400 to 1600 Monthly

Note
   Meets on first Monday of every month from 2.00-4.00pm
Cost
   £2.00 per meeting

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Inverness : Royal Marines Association - Highland Branch, The Club Click for contact details
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Club for serving and former Royal Marines and those with a Royal Marines connection.

We have regular socials and there are always some that stay over after meetings for a few wets.

We have members from as far afield as Brora to Pitlochry, Buckie to Portree.

All welcome.

Meeting Times
   Saturday : 1230 to 1400 Monthly

Note
   Last Saturday of month
Cost
   £10 Annual

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Inverness : Royal Naval Association, City of Inverness Branch, The Club Click for contact details
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All past and present Members of the NAVAL FORCES and any one over the age of 18 years who expresses sympathy with the objects of the Association can be eligible to become a Member of Royal Naval Association City of Inverness Branch.

We have guest speakers, day trips as well as swinging the lantern along with a tot or two.

Meeting Times
   Wednesday : 1930 to 2200 Fortnightly

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   March-April-May-June & Sept-Oct-Nov Dec
   
Cost
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Inverness : Soroptimist International, Inverness and Nairn, Lochardil Hotel Click for contact details
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We are an international women’s movement and together our Members are a global voice for women.

There are nearly 80,000 Soroptimists worldwide, the majority of whom belong to their local Club, where they can make friends with like-minded women, have fun and work on projects that help improve the lives of women and girls locally, nationally and internationally.

Meeting Times
   Monday : 1830 to 2100 Fortnightly

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   The Club meets on the 2nd and 4th Monday of the month.
   Both our meetings commence at 6.30 p.m. with a two course dinner.
   The first meeting of the month is usually a Speaker Meeting commencing at 7.30 p.m. following dinner.
   The second meeting is a Business Meeting commencing at 7.30 p.m. following dinner.
Cost
   Both our meetings commence at 6.30 p.m. with a two course dinner which costs £12.
   

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Inverness : Tai Chi and Qi Gong, Maggie's Highlands Click for contact details
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For anyone who has cancer, or is caring for someone with cancer.

Stress prevention through Tai Chi & Qi Gong

Tai Chi and Qi Gong exercises help relaxation.

To relax is to conserve energy.

Tai Chi and Qi Gong use a well balanced interplay of tension and release that is usually associated with general well-being and emotional stability.

From motion you obtain serenity and stability by the release of tension through the continuous shifting of weight from one foot to the other.

Traditional Chinese medical theory is the basis of the specific Qi Gong exercises.

A typical session starts with practicing the routine (either seated or standing depending upon the individual physical condition) to soft music which takes approximately 10 minutes.

The bulk of the session is spent explaining the movements of the routine along with how and why they are helpful and then the session is normally closed by performing the exercise routine once more.

Meeting Times
   Wednesday : 1100 to 1200

Cost
   Free

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Inverness : The Monday Club, The Spectrum Centre Click for contact details
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The Club is a meeting place for adults with learning disabilities and they can chat and play games like dominoes, draughts, etc.

Meeting Times
   Monday : 1830 to 2130

Cost
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Inverness : Women's Cycle to Health, Velocity Cafe Click for contact details
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The project is designed and funded for women living in the Highlands, aged 18 years and over, who are experiencing any of the following:

•Low self-esteem

•Feelings of isolation

•Lacking in confidence or motivation

•Low mood or anxiety

The Women's Cycle to Health project aims to increase women’s mental and physical well-being through supportive, regular group bike rides and welcomes riders of all abilities.

Cycling is a sociable activity and a great way to meet new people. It can be fun and give you a real sense of freedom. Cycling can improve your physical fitness and help you lose weight. The sense of achievement gained from engaging in cycling can help boost confidence and self esteem.

If you can't ride a bike at all we can teach you. If you need a bit of a boost to get back on your bike we can do that too. Whatever level you are at, the aim is to give you the skills and confidence to get out, ride safely and feel better.

We can provide a bike, bike helmet and waterproofs, if required.

You don't need to be fit to join this project, just a willingness to ride a bike.

If you would like more information or would like to register your interest in the project please phone or email

Once we have been notified of your interest, we will contact you to arrange a one to one meeting as soon as possible. Following the one to one, if it is agreed that the project is suitable, we will offer you a place in a group. This may happen quickly or there could be a wait.

Meeting Times
   Wednesday : 0900 to 1700
   Thursday : 0900 to 1700

Note
   Following the initial rides, there is the opportunity to stay part of the group with regular Wednesday evening and Saturday morning rides.
   
   On the first Wednesday evening of every month there will be a women's only workshop session.
Cost
   Free - This project is fully funded so won't cost you anything.

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Inverness : Yoga For Beginners, Maggie's Highlands Click for contact details
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For anyone who has cancer or is caring for someone with cancer.

Yoga is a very enjoyable way of helping us return to good natural posture and good natural breathing.

It can help recharge our batteries as we release tension and allow ourselves to come to a more balanced state.

These yoga sessions are suitable for everyone regardless of age, flexibility or fitness.

We will be practicing gentle yoga movements either lying down or sitting on the sofa and moving slowly and safely with awareness.

Meeting Times
   Monday : 1200 to 1300

Cost
   Free

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Nairn : Nairn Long Term Condition Support Group, Nairn Dunbar Golf Club Lounge Click for contact details
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Living better with a long term condition. Lots of useful tips and techniques to help you to self manage, plus tea, chat and Boccia!

Anyone (of any age) with a long term condition made very welcome - and carers too.

Transport available.

To find out more, contact Roy by phone on 01667 455620 or by email, just click on "Send an Email"

Meeting Times
   Wednesday : 1400 to 1600 Monthly

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   Meets on the first Wednesday of every month from 2.00-4.00pm in Nairn Dunbar Golf Club Lounge.
Cost
   £2.00 per meeting

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Nairn : Nairn U3A, Nairn Community & Arts Centre Click for contact details
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There are open meetings for the whole group fortnightly. Sometimes a guest speaker entertains us, or the afternoon might feature a poetry reading, a DVD or a quiz. Afterwards, we enjoy a wee blether over tea and biscuits, and catch up with group news. There is also a small group library. We also have special outings from time to time, such as our popular New Year lunch.

Our groups include French, History, Italian, Lunch Group, Mah Jong, Photography, Quiz and Games, Scottish Country Dancing, Scrabble and Sewing Bee.

Joining is simple - just come along to one of our open meetings and pay at the door. New members are welcome at any time. Non-members are welcome to attend any speaker meetings that interest them. However, our study groups are for members only.

Meeting Times
   Wednesday : 1345 to 1600

Note
   We are actively seeking new members, so if you are interested please come along to one of our open meetings. You will be very welcome. Our open meetings are from September to May.
Cost
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Smithton : Highlands Astronomical Society, Smithton-Culloden Free Church Click for contact details
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Highlands Astronomical Society is where amateur astonomers and others with an interest in astronomy share their passion for the stars, planets and all else related.

There is something for everyone, from talks to observation sessions, suitable for all - from absolute beginners to the more advanced observer. Most of our activities take place in and around Culloden, where we meet every month and where we have our own Observatory

On two Friday evenings each month (from Sep-Mar), the Observatory will be open to the general public. Visitors are welcome to come and join us for an evening under the stars, where we can show you some of the wonders of the universe!

Meeting Times
   Tuesday : 1930 to 2200 Monthly

Note
   We meet monthly, on the first Tuesday of each month (second Tuesday January) from 19:15 (for 19:30)
   All welcome.
Cost
   Your first visit is free.
   Full Adult Membership costs £25.00

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Smithton : U3A, Smithton-Culloden Free Church Click for contact details
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University of the Third Age.

Groups include Archaeology, Music Study. Art Appreciation, Nature Wanderers, Books, Philosophy, Photography, Bridge, Psychology, Classical Civilisation, Recorders, Current Affairs, Science, Family History, Walking, Geology, Table Tennis, History, Theatre, IT, Topical Issues.

Please refer to the U3A site for full details of groups and activities.

Meeting Times
   Monday : 1400 to 1600
   Tuesday : 1400 to 1600
   Wednesday : 1000 to 1200
   Thursday : 1400 to 1600
   Friday : 1000 to 1200

Note
   Meet in various locations including Gordon Hall, Smithton Free Church and in members' houses.
   
   According to the group, meetings can be weekly, fortnightly, monthly or variable.
   
   Please contact U3A for exact times and locations.
Cost
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Thurso : Thurso Carers Drop In, Cancer Research UK Shop Click for contact details
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The drop-in is held above the Cancer Research shop, in premises loaned by the North Highland Cancer Information and Support Group.

Carers are invited to drop by and enjoy coffee, tea and biscuits and chat to other carers.

Meeting Times
   Tuesday : 1300 to 1500 Monthly

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   Second Tuesday of the month.
Cost
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