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Cromarty Notices and Events


CELEBRATE ARTS AND FOOD OVER THE WEEKEND OF 25/26 NOVEMBER
Three events will take place in Cromarty over the last weekend of November:

  • Craft Fair in the Old Brewery from 10.30am to 4.30pm each day
  • Artists Open Studios at various locations from 11.00am to 4.00pm each day
  • Local producer Food Market in the Victoria Hall on Saturday from 1.00 to 4.00pm

As part of a weekend celebrating food and the arts in Cromarty, renowned Chef and Cookbook author Lady Claire MacDonald and Sutor Creek Cafe's Chef Graham Fox will host two Cookery Demonstrations at The Victoria Hall on Saturday, 25 November.

Lady Claire and Chef Fox will join forces and share their culinary expertise on Festive Entertaining. Demonstrations will be held at 1pm and 3pm, cost £15 per person and include nibbles and mulled wine. A donation will be made to the RNLI from the event. To reserve a seat please call Sutor Creek on 01381 600 855. Spaces are limited.


UPDATE ON THE A832 FAIRY GLEN
Work carried out since the original slippage in 2011 has been a continual review and repair process with Highland Council (HC) over this period. The conclusions from the original geotechnical report were to do nothing which was not acceptable as the road would have been lost, do everything suggested in the report which was unaffordable or protect and repair as appropriate, which was the option chosen. HC was helped by a series of mild winters, which limited additional damage to the road.

In my opinion the communication with HC roads engineers since that time has been excellent. I was always in a position of knowledge so that I could let the community councils and residents know at what stage the works were and what was to happen next. Without the final resurfacing that has taken place in the past few months I do not think the road would have survived even in a mild winter. All I have had recently from locals is positive feedback. Cllr Craig Fraser


'CREATIVE CROMARTY COMPETITION 2017
The Cromarty Arts Trust is looking for people of all ages to create a piece of artwork for the 'Creative Cromarty' Competition 2017 based on thisc year's theme: Nature — The Land, Sea and Sky.

Full details from Cromarty Arts Trust or collect information package from Ardyne House, Bank Street, Cromarty or from the Library or Post Office.