Aviemore art club

Tel: 01479 812 608

Contact:- Angela Brown   Phone:- 873235   www:-

Fish and Chip Evening
On the first Tuesday of each month volunteer drivers transport clients to and from The Happy Haggis, Aviemore, for a group supper, served by friendly, welcoming restaurant staff. Our drivers know it is so good that they join the group for fish & chips too!
Eating alone can be one of the loneliest times for people living alone, so our monthly group supper let's people enjoy a nutritious hot meal in the company of others. We use our all abilities accessible transport to get people with various disabilities to the restaurant and the restaurant staff are very helpful in accommodating the varying needs of our group.
Pick ups usually start at 4.45pm for a 5.30pm supper.
Call  01479 810004 or email to find out more or to book a place on any of the following
Contact: Where2Today

Tel: 01479 810 004 

lunch at andersons

Enjoy a specially priced  lunch (£10 for 2 courses, £12 for 3 courses) in good company, usually on the second Wednesday of each month, at 12.30pm (occasionally it’s the third Wednesday), at Andersons Restaurant, Boat of Garten.
 Our all abilities accessible transport and Community Car Scheme help get people there from all corners of Badenoch & Strathspey, or you can make your own way there.

Please contact 01479 810004 or email for more info or to book a place.
Sample Menu
Three Root and Chive Soup

Chicken + Haggis Pate, Chutney, Biscuits

Toasted Goats Cheese, Tomato + Rocket Bruschetta


Traditional Roasted Pork With All The Trimmings

Pan Fried Mackerel Fillet on a Smoked Salmon + Spinach Risotto, Chilli + Herb Butter

Beef, Red Wine + Mushroom Pie, Mash or Chips

Moroccan Style Vegetable Tagine + Couscous

Sticky Toffee Pudding + Ice Cream
Andersons Ice Cream Sundae

lunch club

Contact:Sue Murray

Tel: 01479 872 262

Lunch Club

Boat of Garten

Community Hall

Winter time.  every Tuesday 12.20pm

Music Afternoons


The Where 2 Today monthly Afternoon Tea Dance/Ceilidh is a lively afternoon of music, dancing, singing, Raffle and entertainment, with a fabulous homebaked afternoon tea. The venues are rotated monthly, in Aviemore, Grantown and Newtonmore.

The event is open to anyone and we can arrange transport for a small fee, if booked in advance. Tea costs £2.50 and Raffle tickets will be on sale.  Contact  01479 810004 for more details.



Vibrational Medicine
Energetic Space Clearing
Geopathic Stress


Cromdale Road


PH26 3HT

07894 233 635


Contact:-  Piers Voysey    phone:-  07842115003      email:-



Listen on 107.1fm

Welcome to Community Radio in the Scottish Highlands

Speysound Radio started life in 1993 as Ski FM, following which we shared air time with MFR in Inverness for a time. However, in 2009 we were granted our own Community Radio Licence by OFCOM, and began broadcasting on 107.1 FM as well as live on the internet. Our most recent development was the advent of 24 hour broadcasting which began in 2014.

Our transmitter is situated at the top of the funicular railway on Cairngorm Mountain, 1097 metres above sea level and, with MFR, shares the honour of having the highest FM radio transmitter in the UK. We cover the whole of Badenoch and Strathspey in the Scottish Highlands and you can either listen to us by tuning your radio locally to 107.1 FM or, if you would like to listen via your computer or are further afield, you can use our ‘Listen Live’ facility here on our website. If you would like a pop-out player so that you can continue to browse the internet, please use the button on the right of the player.


Contact Us

Suite 5
Aviemore Shopping Centre
Grampian Road
PH22 1RH

01479 811888


  Canine Concern Scotland Trust was formed in 1988 to help dogs and their owners, and to improve their position in present-day society. Its aims are to: Provide an educational service to promote responsible dog ownership in Scotland by visiting schools to reach dog owners of the future, or to give talks, supply useful literature and advice to any interested Community Groups. Establish and manage a service to be known as "Therapet". Further the role and care of dogs in Scotland, either directly or in co-operation with Government, Local Authorities and other organisations in Scotland, whether charitable or not. Promote research into the therapeutic value of dogs to patients or others isolated from normal association with pets.

Local contact.   Mrs Margaret Ewing.   01479 873930      email: