Welcome to Cromarty
WELCOME to the Cromarty Live website. If you are travelling to the Highlands of Scotland and the Black Isle, you will be delighted with a visit to this charming and unique old town. If you have links to Cromarty already, you will find news of what’s happening in the local scene.
Our website tells you of Cromarty’s many attractions, amongst which are fine 18th-century merchant houses, an ancient church made famous by being greatly successful in the BBC’s ‘Restoration Village’ programme and a museum honouring the remarkable 19th-century geologist and writer Hugh Miller. There are details of the town’s facilities and its available accommodation should you decide to stay. Hundreds of years of history are waiting for you to explore in its streets and narrow vennels. Cromarty people are welcoming and always pleased to help.
Cromarty and District Community Council
URGENT CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS OF ALL AGES
With the visitor season to Cromarty upon us, we are now assembling litter picking teams to help keep the town clear.
If you are interested in helping please contact Peter Ratcliffe on firstname.lastname@example.org and he will contact you.
OTHER LATEST NEWS
POWER CUT? CHECK PROGRESS (if you have mobile reception!) here.
C&DCC SUBMISSION TO INNER MORAY FIRTH DEVELOPMENT PLAN here.
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT SEAGULLS here.
BLACK ISLE LITTER SURVEY RESULTS here.
CROMARTY LITTER SURVEY RESULTS here.
HIGHLAND COUNCIL GUIDANCE ON WEEDKILLING here.
LATEST NIGG NEWS here. PLUS Update to community comments as at 6th May -
Update 4: East Quay Construction and Dredging
Timings - dredging activities are the only activities taking place outside the working hours dictated by the land and marine permissions. Dredging within the Forth is routinely permitted 24/7 in order to keep the activity to as short a duration as possible; however, dredging linked to the East Quay construction project is currently only being done for 12 hours during the day.
Deposit site - the deposit site for dredging is the deepest area in the mouth of the Cromarty Firth between the two Sutors. Annex 1 (here) refers.
Very kindest regards.
Latest C&DCC Agenda here.
Latest C&DCC Approved Minutes here.
Latest Youth Café Report here.
Covid-19 updates on the Notices Page
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