The medical group in conjunction with the development company and with the possible funding from the charitable trust are purchasing a defibrillator which will be placed either at the Hall or the sports centre
Training will be given to a group of around 20 people at a time by the charity Lucky2Bhere who will be supplying the defib.
If you are interested in the training (it's free) please contact me to put your name on a list either on 01808 511235, or 07751 207235. A date has not been arranged yet as we are waiting on confirmation of funding .
Download the Feasibility Study for Community Facilities by clicking the link below.
At the Strathdearn Estate and Business meeting on 11th August 2015, concern was raised about the poor broadband speed, which is particularly bad up the glen towards Coignafearn.
As a frequent broadband user myself, and with a young family who always seem to want to watch things like Netflix and BBC iPlayer (often at the same time!), I realised that something needs to be done to improve the service not just at the top of the glen but throughout the whole of Strathdearn.
In recent weeks I have spoken to Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) and BT; both organisations have been extremely helpful in informing me of the current situation and the potential solutions:
Strathdearn community council needs you to stand in the present elections to the Community Council
Forms need to be received by Charles Stephen. Ward Manager, Town House, Inverness IV1 1JJ BY 4PM ON TUESDAY 6TH OCTOBER
Eneco is offering a site visit to Moy Wind Farm for members of Strathdearn Community Council.
Saturday 3rd October
You are requested to wear sturdy shoes and warm, waterproof clothing for the visit. Eneco will provide Hi-Vis jackets and helmets, should they be required.
If you would like to attend the tour, please put your name on the register located in Tomatin Country Store by 16:00 on 21st September 2015.