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“We live in uncertain times” - I seem to have heard that refrain quite a lot recently but I do wonder whether there is a temptation to often fear the worst before it has actually happened. History does of course remind us that times do change and some regimes are worse than others so we can be forgiven for thinking the worst but fortunately this is most often not the norm! How we deal with the fear of the unknown affects us daily. A healthy degree of caution is always recommended but also is keeping a sense of perspective. A wise writer once said - “whosover will add a day to his life by worrying?” Probably right!
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PARLIAMENTBLOG&TIDETIMES Withthecolderwinter nightsnowuponusitâ€™s timekeepaneyeoutfor ourelderlyandmore vulnerableneighbours. Withover13000 householdsinMoraylivinginfuel povertyitisimportantthathomeowners exploreallavenuestoupgradetheir homeheatingorinsulation,withfree advicebeingavailablefromtheEnergy SavingTrust(www.energysavingtrust. org.uk/scotlandorbycalling0808808 2282,callsarefreeandtheyare availableMondaytoFridayfrom8amto 8pm,andonSaturdayfrom9amto 5pm. Thefestivetimeisonebestsharedwith family,friendsandlovedonessoletus takeamomenttorememberthosewho areawayfromhomeatthistime, perhapsworkingoffshoreorprotecting usservinginthearmedforcesorindeed thosewhoareinhospital,alongwiththe doctorsandnursescaringforthem. Ourhealthandwellbeingissomething oftentakenforgrantedbutifwetakethe timetolookoutforotherswecanall makethecomingnewyearahappyand prosperousone. MayIextendmywarmestgreetingsfor aMerryChristmasandwisheveryonea veryHappyNewYearwhenitcomes.
Thismonth most farmers have received fourfifthsof theirCAPbasicpayment. Thisisinparttomake amendsforsomelate paymentlastyear. Manyfarmersmaketheir financialinvestment decisionsaboutthistime ofyear,sohavingsome moneyinthebankmay helpstimulatetherural economy-agoodthing! LastmonthIheldsummit meetingsonsalmon farming,forestryshellfish andhopetoseeallof theseandmanyother partsoftheruraleconomy grow-despitethe uncertaintiesaboutwhat thefuturemayhold. AmerryChristmasand happynewyeartoallfrom Fergus,Norman,Rosie andDanielle!
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NOVEMBER 2016 30 wednesday nairn u3a: highland archives: preserving the past for the future 1.45pm, nairn community & arts centre. all welcome. contact: pauline. www.nairnu3a.org.uk. social diners - why eat alone? 12.30pm, for dining venue info & to book call gill on 01349 877061.
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the breathing space - s.a.d. light exhibition by claire crowie tbc, the victorian market, inverness. based on bringing the outdoors indoors, using shop space to create a place to breathe & relax.
2 friday daniel hart: at one with music performance 1pm, spectrum centre, margaret street, inverness. mix of classical & latin piano music.
2 friday - 10 saturday Rolling Events 28 november - 10 December
jack & the beanstalk 7.30pm & also 2.30pm (saturdays only. no, florian theatre, bught park, inverness.
a little bit of everything - exhibition by laura anne middlemiss & heather afrin tbc, greig street studio & gallery, inverness. pencil, watercolour, oil, pastel seascapes, townscapes, etc
30 november - 10 December babes in the wood & robin hood 7.30pm & 3pm (sunday only), the little theatre, nairn. nairn drama club panto. visit www.nairndrama.org.uk.
until 4 December pop-up craft shop in aid of marie curie cancer care (back for 4th year) every thurs, fri, sat & sun 11am 3pm at the wee cabin, firwood, nethybridge. free. for info contact janet taylor on 01479 821601 or email
grandmaster flash@ironworks, inverness 7.30pm. visit www.ironworksvenue.com dingwall choral christmas concert 7.30pm, strathpeffer pavillion. a performance of vivaldi's 'gloria" & haydn's "te deum." st michael's christmas fayre 10.30am - 12.30pm, trinity church hall, huntly street, inverness. £2 (incl. teas/coffees & mince pies). usual stalls. all welcome.
3 saturday - 4 sunday brodie castle christmas craft & food fair 10am - 4pm, brodie castle. £4. exclusively highlands return to brodie castle with over 40 stalls of wonderful wares and fabulous foods. contact: rebecca harrison on
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Lichen – fungus on the lawn explained ! I’ve mentioned this before. One of the joys of our wonderful environment up here is the clean air, and one of the organisms which thrives locally (but rarely in Glasgow) is dog lichen. There are hundreds of species here, growing on trees, rocks and on the grass ! It is particularly at home on ground which has become
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- folk music band doors open at 7pm for 7.30pm 10pm, inchberry hall. tickets - see website. www.wherecanwego.com. ascent: concerts by candleight 7.30pm, inverness cathedral. scottish ensemble playing seasonal classics.
10 saturday - 11 sunday
great glen walking club: kinlochewe mountain trail 9am, highland council car park, glenurquhart road, inverness. grade - b. distance: 5 miles.
christmas market at logie steading 10am - 3.30pm, logie steading, south of forres off the a940. free, free parking. two day market: over 30 stalls including jewellery, christmas trees, wreaths, gifts, festive produce. bbq. hot drinks. for info contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. visit www.logie.co.uk.
5 monday rsgs illustrated lecture: doug allan: oceans at the crossroads. world renowned wildlife cameraman discusses climate change & its effects on our oceans. 7.30 p.m., highland council chamber, glenurquhart road, inverness. adults £10; tiso oe card holders £8. contact: robert preece at email@example.com. visit www.rsgs.org.
6 tuesday scottish ornithologists' club highland: stinky priest swallows woosh: a ringer‘s year - a talk by hugh insley & jon clarke 7.30pm, culloden library, keppoch road, culloden, inverness. contact: kathy bonniface on 01463 221661/01808 511740.
8 thursday highland decorative & fine arts society: " brilliant british humour in the forgotten art of the picture postcard 1909-1939 " by mr james taylor. 2.15pm, free church hall, smithton, inverness. non-members £8. new members welcome. contact: david martin on 07595 219308 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. visit www.hdfas.org.uk
9 friday 2manydjs@ironworks, inverness. tbc. visit www.ironworksvenue.com. martha reeves & the vandellas@ironworks, inverness. 7pm. visit www.ironworksvenue.com. musicinverness: scozzesi - quartet of professional, classically trained male singers. 7.30pm, smithton culloden free church. nairn literary institure : set adrift on the world - the sutherland clearances talk by jim hunter 7.30pm, nairn free church. non-members £3. visit www.nairnliterary.org.uk.
10 saturday great glen walking club: loch affric circular 8.30am, highland council car park, glenurquhart road, inverness. grade - c+. distance - 10 miles. we were giants@mad hatters, inverness. tbc, free let's go back to the 80's@ironworks, inverness. tbc, visit www.ironworksvenue.com. winterslam@ironworks, inverness. 7pm, ironworks, inverness.visit www.ironworksvenue.com. inchberry hall folk music christmas concert (idca): emily smith, multi award winning scottish folk singer page14 -December2016
11 sunday christmas at the castle: the marvel of peru - a festive ensemble of baroque music and your favourite carols to join in with by the marvel of peru. 3pm & 5pm, brodie castle. £15. booking advised. contact: rebecca harrison on 01309 641371 or email@example.com. www.nts.org.uk/events. christmas celebration in aid of marie curie: 10th anniversary concert 3pm, ness bank church, inverness. adults £8, u18s. free. tea & coffee after concert. contact: vonnie carson on 01463 238328/ 07515 190240 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. christmas carol big sing 3.45pm, strathpeffer pavillion. a 'family ticket' (2 adults, 2 children) open to everyone. an afternoon of some of your favourite christmas carols & songs. contact: 01997 420124.
13 tuesday the tto christmas charity concert 7.30pm, drumrossie hotel. tickets available from tto members. an evening of christmas sparkle & festive fun in aid of l'arche who care for disabled adults. for info email email@example.com. inverness botany group: "mountain flowers" - a talk by michael scott 7.30pm, smithton culloden free church. visit www.invernessbotanygroup.com.
14 wednesday frightened rabbit@ironworks, inverness 7pm. visit www.ironworksvenue.com. highland rock garden club: "an erratic journey through the world of plants" - talk by stan da prato. 7.30pm, nairn community & arts centre. £4 (incl refreshments). all welcome. contact: john owen on 01320 366246. inverness field club: back to the future - a talk by jim hunter 7.30pm, millburn academy hall, inverness. personal reflections on why history & heritage are keys to highland betterment. social diners - why eat alone? 7.30pm, for dining venue & info see contact details. contact: gill on 01349 877061. all welcome. nairn u3a: pre-christmas social event 1.45pm, nairn
community & arts centre. all welcome. contact: pauline on 01667 453537. visit www.nairnu3a.org.uk
15 thursday rspb: "the 2015 national golden eagle survey" 7.30pm, greyfriars free church, balloan road, inverness. members ÂŁ3, visitors ÂŁ4. all welcome.
the red hot highland fling 8pm, northern meeting park, inverness. free. legendary family friendly (no tickets required) hogmanay concert. hogmanay dance 9pm - 1am at rothes fc social club. ÂŁ10. visit rothesfcsocialclub.co.uk.
16 friday mad ferret band@hootananny, inverness 9.30pm, root system/fighting caravanshootananny, inverness 9.30pm, all welcome. gary beck@ ironworks, inverness 10pm. visit www.ironworksvenue.com. winter wonderland fri: 6pm, sat & sun: 4pm, whin park, inverness. santa, his reindeer & his mascot friends return to the beautifully illuminated park
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17 saturday inverness choral society annual carolthon 10.30am 3.30pm, eastgate shopping centre, inverness. nonstop carol singing in aid of charities. caman@hootananny, inverness 9.30pm
18 sunday andrew mill & four fingered fre@hootananny, inverness. 9.30pm great glen walking club: achindrean circular 9am, highland council car park, glenurquhart road, inverness. grade - c. distance - 6 miles..
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nairnroadrunners: turkey trot tbc, nairn. burn off those extra christmas calories. visit www.nairnroadrunners.co.uk. great glen walking club: fortrose - kincurdie rosemarkie circular 10am, highland council car park, glenurquhart road, inverness. grade - c. distance - 6 miles. boxing day walk.
27 tuesday red hot chilli pipers@ironworks, inverness 7.30pm. visit www.ironworksvenue.com ragin ceilidh band@hootananny, inverness 9.30pm.
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this would have cost us over £900 in our 65mpgSkoda, but has instead it has cost us about £350 in electricity, a saving of over 60%! We are alsoexpecting to make big savings in maintenance because EVs have about 18 moving parts, whereas a typical diesel or petrol car has over 2000. In terms of savings, we think it will pay for itself within 8 years. The economics of owning an EV really starting to add up, and I hope that continuing improvements will help to make this a “No brainer” for most of us. Interestingly, it is predicted that most new vehicles will be electric within the next 10 years and other countries such as Japan and Norway are already well ahead of the UK in this respect. So come on Forres, lets not get left behind, start embracing the electric revolution and save yourself a fortune, as well as the planet! There is a great deal of information on the web, but I would definitely recommend the ‘FullyCharged’ YouTube channel is one of the best places to catch up on all the latest electric cartechnology. Peter Mitchell, EV owner Dallas, Forres
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The Free Community Information website - Free to view and Free to upload your listings. View our entire database of Clubs and Societies, Trades Listings, What’s On Diary, Restaurants, Reviews and articles, Schools, Holidays Tides, Useful Numbers and more... PASTORALLETTER&CHURCHMEETINGS Christmas has changed, it seems, from being the twelve days after Christmas Day (25th December) until the Feast of the Epiphany (6th January – when we remember the coming of the Wise Men with their gifts), to the twelve weeks before Christmas. The signs that Christmas is approaching have been obvious in the shops for a few weeks now. There is background music of Christmas Carols, and the Christmas Lights have been shining in Inverness town centre since the middle of November. The trigger for me that Christmas is coming is the first Sunday of Advent (four weeks before Christmas) and singing the Advent carol, O Come, O Come Emmanuel. Emmanuel means “God with us” and was the name the angel used about Jesus when he spoke to Joseph (Matthew 1:23), the fulfilment of Isaiah’s prophecy (Is 7:14). And I find myself setting out once more on a mental journey with Joseph and Mary on the road to Bethlehem. The verses of the hymn (find it easily on the internet) each describe God’s promise to send a Saviour for the world, and use different titles and descriptions of salvation. For instance, the Branch of Jesse tells that Jesus is of the of the Royal House of David
(whose father’s name was Jesse - I Samuel 16); the Key of David (Isaiah 22:22) indicates the one with authority to imprison or release; the Dayspring or Morning Star (II Peter 1:19) tells us that Jesus is the light of the world, etc. These days some people like to remind us that Christians somehow stole the midwinter festival of new light; that in earlier times, human beings recognised the change to longer daylight which the winter solstice brought and so they celebrated. Of course, what they celebrated was not just some law of nature, but that the gods were looking favourably on them by bringing about a new round of seasons, and not committing them to everlasting darkness. The early Celtic missionaries didn’t want people to abandon their celebration, they wanted them to see what was happening in a new way: that the One God was still acting favourably towards them; that the world was being lit up in a new way. Like John, who does not tell us about the birth of Jesus in his Gospel, they described the way in which God was acting – “The true light that enlightens everyone was coming into the world” (John 1:9). But we might ask, “Where is that light shining today?”
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For all that it is about God offering the world a great gift, the Christmas story of the birth of Jesus is a story of rejection. “He was in the world and the world did not know him. He came to his own and they did not receive him” (John 1:10,11). Mary and Joseph did not find a welcome in Bethlehem (Luke 2:7), and they had to flee as refugees to Egypt (Matthew 2:13). We don’t have to look far in our own time to see images of rejection and exile. Sometimes, however, it seems that Christmas Day is when we hide our eyes from these images so that our celebration is not spoiled. Closeted in our living rooms, the lights on our Christmas tree, our frankincense and myrrh scented candles, our TV screens blind us to what lies beyond them in a dark world. For God’s light to shine, we, his people, have to shine. The light of Christ has to burn within us and out from us. However many lights you may switch on this Christmas, take a moment to think on how the light in your heart may shine in the days after.
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Mary’s Avenue, Inverness: 10.30am and 6.30pm. Tel: 01463 224795. Dingwall Baptist Church Tulloch Street, Dingwall. www.dbc.org.uk Dingwall Castle Street Church of Scotland www.dingwall-church.co.uk Dingwall Catholic Church, St Lawrence 21 Castle Street, Dingwall. Tel: 01349 863143. Dingwall Episcopal Church, St James The Great Castle Street, Dingwall. Tel: 01349 862204. Website: www.stjames-stannes.org.uk Dingwall Free Church High Street. Sundays 11am and 6pm. Website: www.deep-river.co.uk Dores FCC Reformed Church - (Up the brae from the village on B862) Sundays 11am (Children welcome) & 6:30pm. Wednesdays 7:30pm. Web: www.dores-church.org.uk - Rev. D. Ratti 07599 298946 Ferintosh and Resolis Free Church Rev. Chris Smart. Website: www.ferintosh.org.uk Free North Church Bank Street, Inverness. Tel: 01463 224332. Website: www.freenorthchurch.org Fortrose Free Church, 5 Church Street, Fortrose, IV10 8TE. Sunday: 11.30am and 6pm. Website: www.freechurch.org Highland International Church Sundays, 11am at the Glenmoriston Hotel, 20 Ness Bank, Inverness. www.hicinverness.org.uk Hilton, Church of Scotland Tomatin Road, Inverness. Tel: 01463 233310. Website: www.hiltonchurch.org.uk Listed A to H and regularly rotated. If you are a member of a church not listed here and would like to be considered for inclusion or for any amendments to existing details, email email@example.com
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