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FÈIS INBHIR NARAINN Reg. Charity No. SC038460. Weekly traditional music classes in guitar, fiddle, whistle, chanter, accordion, keyboard & bodhran. Any ability from age 8. Instrument hire available. Tel: 462681 or visit FORRES & NAIRN SCOTTISH COUNTRY DANCING Mondays 8pm - 10pm in Forres Town Hall & Thursdays 7:30pm 9:30pm in Nairn from Sept - Mar. Dancers of all abilities welcome at these RSCDS classes. For details see or phone 07906 306160 LEARN GAELIC IN NAIRN Weekly classes during school terms. Tuesdays & Thursdays 9:30am - 11:30am. Wednesdays 7:30pm - 9:30pm. Beginners to Intermediate. Contact Lorraine McBeath on 01667 451291 for further information. GEDDES W.R.I. Call Mrs Evelyn Cumming 404237. GIRLGUIDING NAIRN Contact District Commissioner Jane Burns tel: 07962 190557 GUIDE DOGS FOR THE BLIND New branch volunteers needed at Nairn & Moray Branch. Call 0845 372 7406 for details. HARMONY MUSIC THERAPY SCOTLAND Individual and Group Music Therapy sessions to encourage, enable and empower all ages and abilities through interactive music experiences. Will travel to private homes, facilities and schools. Call Kristen Macleod on 07770427396. HIGHLAND HISTORICAL SEARCH SOCIETY Inverness based metal detecting club. Free equipment loan, tuition and regular places to detect. Beginners & new members welcome. Contact Len tel: 01808 521340 anytime. MORAY & NAIRN PONY CLUB Contact 01309 641483 or email

HIGHLAND SPIRITUAL CINEMA Meets last Wednesday each month at Highland Rail House, Inverness. Film group screening uplifting & inspiring films. Members can also use our postal service to borrow films for home viewing. For details call 01463 237452 or visit NAIRN ARTS SOCIETY We meet in the Laing Hall, Fishertown. Regular exhibitions, demonstrations & sales of art works. Groups meet daily at various times. for Information call Frances Hendry (secretary) on 01667 454653 or visit NAIRN CARDIACTIVE GROUP Mondays, 7pm - 8pm, Nairn Community Centre. Physiotherapist led exercise group. Intended mainly to help people recovering from heart & stroke problems, but all welcome. Call 01667 456397. NAIRN COMMUNITY CENTRE Contact Sam Morrison 453476 NAIRN COMMUNITY TRANSPORT Call 01667 459337 or email nairncommunitytransport@googl NAIRN COUNTY CRICKET CLUB Friendly & eager to involve all ages in cricket. Games on Saturdays. Practice night Tuesday at Nairn Links NAIRN COUNTY FOOTBALL CLUB LTD Contact 453286 NAIRN LACE GROUP Self-help lace group meets Thursdays from 7.00 - 9.30 pm in Nairn Community Centre, Contact number 01667 453521 NAIRN MEN’S BREAKFAST Meets third Saturday(not Jun or Dec) 9.45 at Dunbar Golf Club, Lochloy Road, Nairn. The opportunity for men of all ages & denominations to share how there life changed through faith in Jesus. Call Campbell 01667 455149 to book a place.

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who is born into privilege and wealth: they've done nothing to deserve it, nothing to earn it and nothing to merit it, it is simply theirs because of the family to which they belong. Similarly, when a person is born again of God's Spirit and comes to put their faith and trust in Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of their sins, they become heirs with the Author of Life. The baby born into a wealthy and privileged family doesn't benefit from his heritage and money once they are dead but while they are alive! Equally, the Christian is who is united to Christ by faith doesn't only start living life in all its fullness in heaven; it starts as soon as they become a part of God's family, here and now. Far too often I see too many people trying to find fullness of life in things which endlessly promise to deliver but perpetually fail to provide: careers, family, fitness, success, and I'm sure you can think of others. But in order to experience life in all its fullness you have to be

Ardersier with Petty Parish Church, Church of Scotland Sundays 10.15am. Petty Sundays 12 noon.Tel: 01667 462224. Auldearn and Dalmore Parish Church Sundays 12noon. Contact Fraser Turner (interim moderator) on 01463 794004 Cawdor Parish Church Sunday 10.15am. Contact Rev. JS Mathieson: 01667 493217. Nairn Baptist Church Nairn Community Centre. Sundays 11am. Contact the pastor: 01667 459672 or secretary 01667 452351 or visit Nairn Christian Fellowship Sundays 10.30am. Wednesday 7.30pm: praise and Bible study. Contact Sandy Shaw: 01667 456492. Nairn Free Church Sundays 11am with Sunday school and crèche (Gordon St). Evening 6pm (Gordon St). Youth club for S1 up on Wednesday at 6.30pm (Rosebank Hall). Prayer and Bible study Thursday 11am or 7:30pm onalternate weeks (Gordon Street). Contact Minister Murdo MacLeod: 01667 459131. Old Parish Church 10:30am Sunday worship and crèche. Contact Rev. Alistair S. Younger on 01463 242873

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connected to the Author of Life, in the same way as a branch needs to be connected to the tree in order to have life or a lamp needs to be connected to electricity to produce light. Connection to the source of life ensures fullness of life. Therefore, Christianity is not only to do with life after death but life itself, life in all of its beauty and potential and richness: life that can only ever be experienced by being united to Christ by faith, the one who alone is the way, the truth and the life. As someone once said: “The tragedy of life is not that it ends so soon, but that we wait so long to begin it.” Why wait any longer when the Author of Life is freely offering you life in all its fullness? John 3:16 “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life.”

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Like many Highlanders I was delighted to sign the petition calling for Alain Baxter's winter bronze medal to be reinstated. Thousands have already signed up and the number is growing steadily. Every athlete who commits tens of thousands of hours to the rigours of training to represent their country and their community on the world stage deserves our support. Mr Baxter’s bronze medal, the first ever for a British skier, was controversially stripped from him after he failed a drugs test for taking a US-version Vick's nasal inhaler. He was later cleared of the offence but despite the best efforts of the Highlander, his family, and the British Olympic Association his medal was never returned. So, I have written to the UK Sports Minister to see how best we can continue the campaign and was very disappointed to learn that Alex Salmond has refused to sign the petition. I hope thousands more will help keep up the pressure and sign on in support..

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8 thursday jazz nairn presents ‘rossano sportiello’ 7:30pm at nairn community & arts centre. call 01667 453476 or visit

9 friday an evening of music & dance with ‘russian connection’ doors open 7pm, rafford village hall. £5

MAY EVENTS Friday 2nd ..............................................Mahler Players present “Mahler in Miniature” 8.00pm Thursday 8th............................................... Jazz Nairn presents “Rossano Sportiello” – 7.30pm Friday 9th ................................................... Royal String Quartet Saturday 17th.......................................................Table Top Sale Friday 23rd May ........................... Phil Cunningham & Aly Bain Friday 30th May ......Cinema Nairn – “Three Colours Red” (15) Saturday 31st.................................Referendum Debate 7.30pm For further details, telephone 01667 453476, e-mail or check out our website at

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SUNDAY MAY 18TH 2014 10.30am - 5pm More Space so even more to do, see and enjoy! Catch up with all the latest news and buy discounted tickets on-line forres harriers benromach 10k 2:30pm, registration 1pm, town hall small hall. starts and finishes at benromach distillery. runners of all abilities welcome on this flat course. refreshments after. see forres harriers website for details. doors alive - tribute act @ ironworks 7:30pm. call 0871 7894173 or visit

10 saturday - 11 sunday mundole equestrian british dressage & unaffiliated festival call 07901 602042 for details or visit

11 sunday moray & highland junior orienteering championships 10am - 12:30pm culbin forest (wellhill) open to all under 17s in moray & highland regions. full details at

12 monday - 17 saturday forres christian aid lunches 12pm - 2pm, at st leonard's church hall. £3 for soup and sweet.

15 thursday ethan johns @ ironworks 7:30pm. call 0871 7894173 or visit page 18 - May 2014

festival of museums - looking for the source of the nile friday 10am - 3pm schools events. saturday 10:30am - 11:30am, 12:30pm - 1:30pm & 2:30pm 3:30pm public events at nairn museum. for details call 01667 456791 or visit or festival of museums - wolf of badenoch’s banquet 7pm - 11pm, highland folk museum, kingussie road, newtonmore. dine, if you dare, with one of the most evil and bloodthirsty villains in scottish history! for more information visit or tales and trails @ the highlanders’ museum, fort george drop-in storytelling sessions 11am - 12:30pm & 1pm 2:30pm. craft activity 3pm - 4:30pm (booking for craft advised) take part in museum trails, dress up as a soldier & handle real war artefacts. for more info call 0131 3107803 • or visit moray steiner school may fayre 11am - 3:30pm a great family day out. games, pony rides, craft stalls, bbq, cafe, music and traditional maypole dancing. raffle. school tours. call 01309 676300 for more info. nairn men’s breakfast 9:45am for 10am at dunbar golf club, nairn. testimony by john watt (fisherman to preacher to teacher) share food and fellowship and hear what god is doing in other people’s lives. call campbell on 01667 455149 by 6:30pm, 16th may to book your place. creative moray firth's craft, photography & food fair 10am - 4:30pm, mercure hotel, church street, inverness. full of great gifts and will have a food area enticing people to local goods. all stalls highlight the great talent from across the moray firth area. the counterfeit sixties @ ironworks 7:30pm. call 0871 7894173 or visit table top sale at nairn community & arts centre. call 01667 453476 or festival of museums - night flights 1pm - 3pm family craft drop-in, 8pm night walk, moth watch talk & prep at museum, 9pm – 10.30pm moth walk at the falconer museum, forres. for details call 01309 696261 or visit or festival of museums - tails and trails at the highlanders' museum drop-in storytelling sessions : 11pm - 12.30pm & 1pm - 2.30pm. bookable craft workshop: 3pm - 4.30pm at the highlanders’

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museum, fort george, ardersier. for details call 0131 3108703 or visit or

17 saturday - 18 sunday cairngorms nature festival events and experiences for all the family. nature watching, guided walks, arts & crafts and landrover safaris & much more from the hubs at glenmore lodge and muir of dinnet. for more info visit

20 tuesday highland literary salon 7:30pm, glen mhor hotel, inverness guest speaker: david hewson for further details visit

23 friday phil cunningham & aly bain at nairn community & arts centre. for details call 01667 453476 or visit

24 saturday scottish women's rural institutes food & flowers show 10:30am - 3:30pm, trinity church hall, elgin. tea, coffee and cake served all day. call 01667 493361 or email for details. ranger walk: magnificent minibeasts - ardersier 2pm at the ardersier common picnic site. adults £3, conc. £2, family £8. contact john orr on 01463 255291 or email

30 friday cinema nairn: ‘three colours red’ (15) 7:30pm at nairn community & arts centre. for more information visit

31 saturday baby & children's market 10am - 1pm at millburn academy, inverness. 1000s of pre-loved items all under one roof! clothing, toys, books, furniture, prams, carseats, garden toys and footwear all at bargain prices direct from the owners. adult entry £1 (under 16s free) • nairn & district gardening club coffee morning 10am - 12pm at the royal legion hall, nairn. plant sale & home-baking stall. no ordinary run! orienteering in forres 10:15am 11:15am, newbold house (near leanchoil hospital) all welcome, young and old. juniors can score points for their school in the moray & nairn schools orienteering league. visit referendum debate 7:30pm at nairn community & arts centre. for details call 01667 453476 or visit

Nairn Museum

firthsiders and friends charity concert for highland hospice 7:30pm at the little theatre, nairn. tickets on sale at the bookshop, nairn or call 01667 454905 inverness abc boxing tournament: north of scotland select vs north of england @ ironworks 7pm. call 0871 7894173 or visit

24 saturday - 25 sunday mundole equestrian show jumping festival call 07901 602042 or visit

28 wednesday the culbin forest run 6:45pm culbin forest (wellhill) the 15th staging of this ever-popular family event with races for under 12s, under 16s and seniors. event no 2 in the moray forest runs series.


pre-entries close for nairn 10 mile road race and fun run (5k) all proceeds to cancer research uk and yorkhill children's charity. send to: nairn 10 mile road race, 2 moss-side drive, nairn, iv12 5pn or email: April 1st – 12th May

Nairn’s Commonwealth Treasure Trove, in conjunction with Rosebank Primary School May 16th/17th

Festival of Museums – James Augustus Grant, explorer, with storyteller Bob Pegg May 16th –June 30th

James Augustus Grant and the search for the source of the Nile July 1st – August 28th

Centenary of Nairn County Football Club September 1st – October 20th

Nairn’s benefactors

Family history research available. Small admission charge. Open Monday to Friday 10am – 4:30pm Saturday 10am- 1pm


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SUPPORT HOUSING FOR A HAPPIER FUTURE Hanover (Scotland) Housing Association offer services in the community for those who feel they could benefit from a move to a new home with support. Hanover has a wide range of supported accommodation available across the area. If you know of anyone who may benefit from the support and security of living in high quality, affordable supported housing, we may be able to help. Who are we? We’re one of Scotland’s largest specialist housing providers for older people and people with disabilities. We’re a registered social landlord and not-for-profit housing association. Our properties and services are available to everyone, regardless of their income or status. We keep our rent levels affordable; this along with the ability to apply for housing benefit from the local authority, if applicable, enables any person over 60 years of age, and in some cases younger, to live in our affordable accommodation. We work in close partnership with local authorities to ensure the best care and support packages are available for all of our clients and, in some places, we also provide innovative and flexible care packages ourselves, based onsite. Our properties We offer sheltered, very sheltered and amenity housing throughout the Highlands, Moray and Aberdeenshire. Usually consisting of modern one or two bedroom flats or cottages, they offer a wealth of features which allow people to live as independently as possible for as long as possible. There are a number of extra benefits too, for example: UÊ œ˜˜iV̈œ˜Ê̜ÊVœ““Õ˜ˆÌÞÊ>>À“ÊÃiÀۈViÃÆÊ Uʈ}…ÞÊÌÀ>ˆ˜i`]ʜ˜‡ÃˆÌiÊÃÌ>vvʓi“LiÀÃÆÊ>˜`Ê UÊ+Õ>ˆÌÞÊ>`>«Ì>̈œ˜ÃÊ̜ʓ>ŽiÊ`>ˆÞʏˆÛˆ˜}Êi>ÈiÀ° We’ve can supply copies of our leaflet describing our services in more detail and would be delighted if you could pass them on to anyone you feel may benefit from the services we offer. We’d also welcome the chance to discuss with you how we can help you in more detail, as well as arrange for you to take a look at our services in action. If this is of an interest please contact us so we can discuss further. To arrange this, or to obtain copies of the leaflet, please get in touch with us on 01343 548585 or email

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2622 Highland Squadron Royal Auxiliary Air Force Regiment based at RAF Lossiemouth want to hear from those aged 18-50 who would like to play a vital role within the UKs Defence Force. The part-time Gunners of the Highland Squadron are trained in a wide range of Military skills such as field-craft, navigation, weapon handling, first aid, tactics, how to operate as a Team and much more including the opportunity to participate in adventurous training activities in the UK and Abroad. You would be expected to attend one weekend each month plus a 2-week continuous period each year for which you would receive a daily rate of pay, travel expenses and a substantial Annual Tax Free Bounty. You can find out more and apply Online by visiting the RAF Reserves website alternatively you can speak directly with our Squadron Recruiter Tel: 01343 810776.

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