Kyle & Lochalsh Community Trust was established in August 2012 and is committed to instigating and delivering social, economic and environmental regeneration projects and local services
The Highland Council transferred the ownership of the pontoons to the Trust in April 2014 as part of the Community Challenge Fund. The Trust has been managing the facility and provide improvements for local and visiting boats as well as commercial operators.
We also prove 5 moorings between the village and the Skye Bridge, these are for locals and visitors. Please click the image above for more information.
The Plock which came into Kyle & Lochalsh Community Trust’s (KLCT) ownership in February 2019 is a large area of land, around 60 acres, on the outskirts of the village at the access point to the Skye Bridge. It is a remarkable natural heritage and community asset which fell into disuse some years ago. Since taking ownership KLCT have improved access to the site and are hosting a range of activities.
What do young people think about what would make Lochalsh a better place to live, work and grow up in? Well here’s a film about how the young people in Plockton High School worked with artist Malcolm MacKenzie to make the ‘Zine to make sure everyone knows what they...
Join us for our November health walks, this month starting from Dornie. Meet at Dornie hall at 11am. Please see the poster for full details.
Issue 17 of the Community newsletter is available here. It contains a report on the historic Kinlochshiel win, a few questions answered on the Viking Village + Centre at the Plock here and some more results from the community survey around Housing.
In January 2019 started a Lochalsh-wide conversation on local needs and priorities. This led to regular meetings supported and facilitated by the Scottish Communities Development Centre, where representatives from the various community council area received training on Community Empowerment legislation, consultation methods and tools and have undertaken a community-led survey for Lochalsh. We are now in a phase anlysisng the results of the survey and further consultation will be the next phase.
Through the Community Challenge Fund, the Trust took ownership of the public toilet facilities in Spring 2014 from Highland Council. The Facilities have recently undergone some improvements thanks to funding from Highland & Islands Enterprise.
We are now able to take contactless payments for entry and use of the showers.
Kyle Village Hall
Dornie Village Hall
Plockton Village Hall
Inverinate Village Hall
Glenelg Village Hall
A Google Map showing the location of the villages in the Lochalsh area. You can use your mouse wheel to zoom in and out.