The sixth Inverness Classic Vehicle Show held on Saturday 10th of May was a huge success. Despite the adverse weather massive crowds were attracted to the city centre to enjoy the display of over 120 vehicles parked on Church Street, High Street, Inglis Street and Falcon Square. A wide variety of entertainment took place including various musicians, circus skills, face painting, comedy cop & robber, penny farthing as well as free mini City Sightseeing bus tours
A record number of 83 cars turned out for the 4th Classic Vehicle Show on Saturday 12th May. Classic Vehicles lined the city centre streets and entertainment included stilt walkers, unicyclists, salsa dancers and musicians. Kids were also able to take part in circus skills and craftmaking as well as free facepainting being provided.The City Sightseeing bus was extremely popular providing mini tours of the city centre throughout the day.
Easter Egg Hunt a Great Success!The annual Great Easter Egg Hunt took place for the third time in Inverness over the Easter weekend. The event which is put on by Inverness BID & Eastgate Centre encourages people to move about the city looking for eggs hidden in retail windows.This year entries were up on last year by about 50% with 1,500 people taking part. As well as being a fun day out it gives people chance to discover some of Invernesses best kept retail secrets.
Inverness's best bars, pubs and clubs were recognised for their customer care and commitment to a safer city centre at the Best Bar None Awards Ceremony this week. The ceremony was held in the Town House and 16 pubs & clubs were awarded. Seven gained Gold, Seven gained Silver and Two gained Bronze awards. Overall Category winners were Love2Love, Johnny Foxes & The Den and The Gellions who go forward to the National Awards in Glasgow in March.
19th-23rd October 2010
From grannies in shopping trolleys to an acrobatic mannikin, some of the best European entertainers took to the streets at Inverness' first Autum Street Theatre Festival. Inverness BID and Eastgate jointly presented a packed programme of events. Main venues were created at the Eastgate Centre, the High Street and the Victorian Market.