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Welcome to the Skye & Lochalsh CVO local News page. It's the easy way to keep up to date with voluntary sector news in Skye & Lochalsh. To send us news items use the online submission form. To receive our local community e-bulletin with the latest news and events click here.

Fertility Network UK Are Looking For Volunteers

Fertility Network Scotland aims to continue being the leading charity across Scotland in the
provision of a comprehensive support network for those facing fertility challenges at all
stages of their journey, providing authoritative information as well as practical and emotional


Voluntary Arts Festival 2017 - Get Creative from 5 to 14 May

Voluntary Arts Scotland delighted to announce that the next Voluntary Arts Festival will take place throughout the UK from 5 - 14 May 2017. They are now contacting community-led groups throughout Scotland, encouraging them to take part in the Festival and to help promote their event(s) on their website and social media.


Highland Third Sector Interface Are Looking For Your Views

The Community Planning Partnership are progressing the development of the new Local Outcome Improvement Plan for Highland. This document will replace the existing Single Outcome Agreement and is a strategic plan for the multi-agency partnership to deliver against in the next 1, 3 and 10 years.


Free Training For Community Groups & Volunteers

Cycling UK’s want to help you set up cycling activities at your centre, we call these “ Community Cycle Clubs” can be personalised with your own group name. These are grassroots focused on increasing participation and confidence rather than sport, they aim to contact established community groups and provide them with access to training, tailored support and insurance so they can begin running their own cycling activities on their terms and challenging local barriers.


Frequently Asked Question's About Volunteering

Are you thinking about Volunteering, although unsure and have a few questions to ask? Have a look at our FAQs for help. 


GET IN Youth Promoters Training Scheme

GET IN is a free and fun project which brings young people together from across the Highlands and Islands to learn to promote events and ultimately organise a tour of a live performance to their communities.