Events

Please check regularly to find out what’s happening in and around Coigach. If you would like to have your event listed here, please contact us.

Click here for a list of regular events.

Badminton Sessions

When - Friday 28th February, 2020
Where - Coigach Community Hall

Jane Grant, from Badminton Scotland, will be holding sessions in the Hall.
There will be a session for primary school children as well as a session for adults.
We are waiting for confirmation to find out if there will be a separate class for the high school students or if they will join the adult class.

Timings to be confirmed.

Contact coigachhall@gmail.com

Wildlife Volunteering Ben Mor Coigach Wildlife Reserve

When - Wednesday 4th March, 2020 , 10:00am
Where - Polglass

Achlochan Broch AchiltibuieBEACH CLEAN AT ACHLOCHAN LOCH: The Scottish Wildlife Trust, the Achlochan Crofters and local volunteers work together throughout the year to look after Achlochan Loch for the benefit of wildlife and people. Join a beach clean along Achlochan’s beautiful coastline.  All work is outside and physical so a reasonable level of fitness is required.  The Trust will provide equipment and supervision.

WHAT TO BRING: Warm outdoor clothing including waterproofs, sturdy waterproof boots or wellies, lunch, snacks and a drink (a flask is recommended in cooler weather).

CONTACT: Michelle Henley E mhenley@scottishwildlifetrust.org.uk or T 07920 468567

WHERE: Meet at 10am at the car park by the footpath to the broch and Achlochan Loch, Polglass, Achiltibuie (Grid Ref. NC03297 07307).

For further details click here Volunteer Poster – Coigach – Winter 2020 (PDF opens in new window)

The Cheviot the Stag and the Black, Black Oil

When - Tuesday 12th May, 2020
Where - Coigach Community Hall

A ceilidh through Scotland’s past – and present.

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This legendary piece of Scottish theatre tells the story of the exploitation of Scottish lands, waters and people over the centuries.

From the highland clearances to the oil boom, this is the universal tale of how the greed of a few blights the lives of many. Add a generous dose of Scottish rebellion and irreverence. Throw in some live music and a riotous ceilidh – you’ve got yourself a rollicking great night out.

 

Tickets £12 – available from The National Theatre of Scotland website.

Pierre Schryer and Adam Dobres

When - Monday 22nd June, 2020
Where - Coigach Community Hall

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“Experience the magic of this phenomenal Canadian Celtic duo – fiddler Pierre Schryer and guitarist Adam Dobres.  The show will surely delight, as this duo is a tour de force of versatility, fine musicianship and technical dexterity. Together they represent two diverse and successful music careers laden with awards and nominations including JUNO, Canadian Folk Music Awards, Western Canadian Music Awards and Grammy Awards.”

Tickets at the door.
Please check back here for more details.

 

The Coigach Gathering 2020

When - Saturday 4th July, 2020
Where - Coigach Community Hall and Playing Field

the coigach gatheringThe Coigach Gathering is an annual get together in the community. Initially started to raise funds for our new hall it remains the main fund raising event to support it.

The 2020 gathering will be centred around the hall and playing field with races, competitions, stalls and a raffle with some fantastic prizes. Coigach’s unique fast food offerings will be on sale as usual.

Saturday evening will round the day off with a dance in the hall.

All profits from this event support the community hall in Coigach

Ninth Coigach Half Marathon

When - Saturday 10th October, 2020 , 1:00pm
Where - Achiltibuie Playing Field

start-of-the-coigach-half-marathon“The route takes you on a fantastic rollercoaster ride round the most beautiful peninsula on Scotland’s North-West coast.“

“having done a lot of running events I think all of the runners know that your event is one of the best”

 

Registration at Coigach Community Hall
Finish at Achiltibuie Playing Field

More details and entry forms here (opens in a new window)