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Invitation to hear about "RIVER CONNECTIONS" The River Ness Arts Project

Inverness City Centre BID Businesses invited to input into "RIVER CONNECTIONS" The River Ness Arts Project Learn more about RIVER CONNECTIONS a major arts project which will see £750k invested into projects being installed along the River Ness on completion of the Flood Alleviation Works.  These projects will seek to enhance the riverside, link the river and the city and to increase residents & tourists appreciation of the River Ness thus reflecting the importance of Inverness as the Capital of the Highlands.

Inverness Street Festival 2014 Attracts Massive Crowds

Thank you to everyone who came to the Inverness Street Festival and helped make it such a fantastic success!Market research carried out over the 3 days showing that almost 80% of those surveyed coming to the city centre specifically for the event Massive crowds attended all the city centre venues to watch the different acts perform their shows. 

OPEN EVENING EVENT to find out more about Highland Council Services

People in Inverness who want to find out more about the range of Community Services provided in their local area by The Highland Council are invited to an open evening event on Tuesday 4 November at the Town House, Inverness from 6pm – 8pm. 

The Royal National Mod Fringe Programme

The Royal National Mod - Scotland's premier Gaelic Festival, takes place in Inverness for the first time since 1997 from 10th to 18th October 2014.Although the focus of the Royal National Mod is on competition, the event also offers a wide and comprehensive programme of non-competitive “Fringe” events which regularly include performances from some of Scotland’s top traditional musicians and Gaelic singers. 

The Royal National Mod Torch Light Procession on 10th October

The Royal National Mòd are organising a Torch Light Procession on Friday October 10th , meeting at Crown Primary School Car-park at 18.00pm- 18.15PM  departing shortly afterwards.A pipe-band will lead the Torchlight Procession past the Inverness Town House where the procession will take a salute from the Lord Lieutenant Mr Donald Cameron of Lochiel,  and then proceed across the Ness Bridge, along Ness Walk leading to Eden Court Theatre, where all the torches will be doused outside Eden Court.

Highland Homecoming Scotland 2014

From 1st September to 31st October, the Highlands of Scotland will celebrate Highland Homecoming, a celebration of Highland Culture offering a wonderfully diverse array of events covering everything from arts and music festivals to Highland games, sporting extravaganzas, delicious food and drink, and much more.

Science Themed Visitor Attraction Major Tourist Attraction For City

A MULTI-MILLION pound science themed visitor attraction could be created in the heart of Inverness.

Royal National Mod Unveils Biggest Fringe Programme in Events History

The Royal National Mòd, Scotland’s biggest Gaelic Cultural Festival, has announced the programme for their biggest fringe in the event’s 122 year history.  Taking place in Inverness from Friday 10th to Saturday 18th October there will be almost 70 events taking place as part of the Fringe, alongside the competition based events.

ATCM Quarterly Meeting held in Invenress

Scotland’s Town & city centre managers met for the first time in Inverness today (29th August).  Speakers at the well attended event included Fergus Ewing MSP, Jackie Cuddy BID Vice Chair and Robert Taylor editor of Inverness Courier.  ATCM Scotland’s quarterly meeting was hosted by Inverness BID.

Update on Flood Alleviation Works - Closure of Bank Street to Traffic from 1st Sept

The following notification has been distributed by the Highland Council to residents, businesses and stakeholders about the closure of Bank Street to through-traffic from Monday 1st September

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