Cromarty Notices and Events
From the end of October Cromarty Live will also be available in the form of a monthly newsletter, delivered directly to your e-mail inbox. More news, more up-to-the-minute information and, hopefully, a more comprehensive listing of everything that goes on in our incredibly vibrant community. For the last ten years (!) Kristina has done an amazing job trying to keep everyone informed through the website. We have recently established an editorial team of four to spread the workload — which continues to be done on a voluntary basis. Lots of groups and organisations now have their own websites and Facebook pages and it can be quite a task keeping track of it all. We thought it would be useful to have a 'one stop shop' that lessens the need of having to trawl through the internet. So if you would like to get a monthly update, all in one place, simply sign up for the newsletter by clicking on the button 'Newsletter Sign Up'. Its at the foot of the menu bar (left). We look forward to sharing your news. Jon Palmer
BLYTHSWOOD SHOEBOX APPEAL
Items for shoe boxes and completed boxes should be handed in to Alison Watson, 49 High Street or to the West Church before the 24th of October.
CROMARTY FIREWORKS AND BONFIRE NIGHT ON 2 NOVEMBER
As usual there will be a need for combustible material for the bonfire. If you have any wood, etc that you wish to donate to the bonfire, please take it to the Links on Thursday evening or Friday morning. If you are unable to take it there, contact Matt Grist (07711 686574 or email@example.com) for collection. Helpers needed, too.
CROMARTY INDOOR BOWLING
Indoor bowling has started again in the Victoria Hall. All are welcome to come at the start of the new season — all ages, men and women players. Friendly games and league matches for the more competitive.
The Club meets on Friday afternoons at 2.00pm and Sunday afternoons at 2.30pm. Bowls are available to borrow. Soft footwear required. £30 for the season or £3 per session. For more information, contact Alex and Evelyn Wilson (600718) or David Cowan (600556).
FORTROSE CO-OP EXPANSION?
There has been a planning application to rebuild the Co-op in Fortrose: 18/04060/FUL | Erection of retail unit, associated accesses and car parking | Land 55M NE Of Ness Lodge Ness Road Fortrose. For further information please check Highland Council web site.
DROP IN TABLE TENNIS
Table tennis sessions start in the West Church Hall on Monday mornings from 10.30–12.00 starting on Monday, 1 October. No charge. Any ability standard welcome. Any age over 18. tea/coffee provided. As well as being fast and fun, it has an unique health benefits, especially for your brain.