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
We proved year round public conveniences, showers and laundrette as well are moorings and in the summer month pontoons for private and commercial use. The Highland Council transferred the ownership of the public toilets and pontoons to the Trust in April 2014. The Trust manages the facilities and provide improvements for local and visitors.
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.
Kyle & Lochalsh Community Trust (KLCT) has launched a community fund to support organisations in Lochalsh with small grants of up to £50. The fund is particularly targeted at groups that have been impacted by Covid-19. Organisations with a constitution and bank...
Wrestling the piece of wood from the hole newly dug, there was probably a thought running through more than one of the volunteer’s minds: “how did we get here?” but really, through the laughter and the shared camaraderie, I hope it was thought in a tongue in cheek...
The future of the Community Fridge in Kyle has been secured for a further year and a new community food growing project will soon start in Lochalsh with £20,000 of funding from the People’s Postcode Lottery. Kyle & Lochalsh Community Trust has been awarded the...
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.