- March 14, 2015
10:00 am to 3:00 pm
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Join us at 7.30pm to enjoy a few rounds of Whist, while raising money for local charities
Check out the facebook page for which charity we will be raising money for.
Anyone resident in Diabaig, Wester Alligin, Inveralligin, Torridon, Kinlochewe and Shieldaig is warmly invited to attend the Lunch Club at the Loch Torridon Community Centre.
The Lunch Club is held every second Wednesday from 12.30 -2.00 pm, when a lovely two course meal is served for £3.50.
For further information, please contact the Centre on 01445 791 361.
Each year the Torridon Community organise a Christmas Party for all the residents of the 5 villages: Diabaig, Wester Alligin, Inveralligin, Torridon and Annat. Their guests and people staying in holiday houses in the villages are also welcome.
The party starts at 5.30pm and there will be carols, Father Christmas, a buffet meal, a raffle, music and dancing. The bar will be open. So come along and enjoy a truly festive evening.
Food is provided by members of the community and if you would like to contribute please contact Sandra Brown on 01445 791202.
The Scottish Country Dance group meets in the Loch Torridon Community Centre each Tuesday at 7.30 pm from October until Easter.
New members welcome – please contact Marie Macdonald on 01445 791264. Costs are £3 per night. Visitors are also welcome to join us, provided they have some knowledge of Scottish Country dancing.
At the end of each winter session we get together with the group from Gairloch for an evening of dancing, with a buffet provided by the hosts for that year.
Other dances will be danced throughout the session.
The Torridon Country Dancing group was started in 1973, and is affiliated to the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society. Our branch is Inverness. Country dancing is good for the body and mind. It has proven to be one of the best aerobic exercises, and the memorising of formations is also good for the brain.
This is a social class and we welcome all new dancers. Why don’t you come along and give it a try.
Strupag is Gaelic for a cup of tea.
This is fortnightly on a Friday from 12.00 until 14.00 and our team of “girls” provide homemade soups, a selection of freshly made sandwiches, delicious home baking and much more… but if you are counting the calories there is fruit salad available and yogurts. You can eat as much or as little as you like for a minimum donation of £4.50.