Anagach Woods Trust

Ritchie Hart  07767 850851


community cafe

​Tel: 01479 872 262

Meet Wed. 10-4 St Andrews Church hall , Aviemore

community gardens

Contact: Sue Murray

Tel: 01479 831 012

craft group

Contact: Jane Weston

Tel: 01479 841 646


florence - telehealth application

Florence is for the NHS in the UK. Florence is already being used in over 70 health and social care organisations; the number is increasing all the time. Florence has been designed to enable patients to increase their involvement in the management of their treatment, condition or lifestyle. Clinical staff use Florence to collect readings or symptom information remotely from patients in relation to their healthcare needs. In return Florence sends health advice based on the readings, as agreed with their clinician. Florence can also alert clinicians if a patient's condition worsens to allow them to intervene appropriately. Florence can also send reminders and health tips to support engagement and compliance with health or lifestyle advice.



​Tel: 01463 255 915

grantown billiards and snooker club

Contact: Bill Mitchell

Tel: 01479 872 398

knit and natter

An informal yarn crafting group which meets every Tuesday in the library from 19:00-21:00, tea and coffee available. For more information contact us on


nhs inform

NHS inform is Scotland's national health information service.

Our aim is to provide the people in Scotland with accurate and relevant information to help them make informed decisions about their own health and the health of the people they care for.

What you'll find on NHS inform

We provide information about:

We also have a number of interactive tools:

  • Self-help guides for common illnesses and injuries
  • a National Services Directory containing hundreds of support groups and thousands of NHS services in Scotland
  • Info for Me tool that helps you to gather, save, publish and share your own health information


If you’re well, but have a question about your health or local NHS services phone our helpline on 0800 22 44 88.

Our helpline is open:

  • Monday to Friday, 8.00am to 10.00pm
  • Saturday and Sunday, 9.00am to 5.00pm


scottish womens' institute

Scotland’s leading member based organisation created by women in 1917, designed to bring women together, with a vision to welcome every woman in Scotland to join us.

We are here to educate, to share, to campaign, to learn, to socialise, to build a community and of course, to have fun.

From life skills and arts and crafts to raising awareness of current affairs affecting women and helping inform government issues, the SWI is proud of its heritage and our future vision.



​Tel: 0131 225 1724

Show boaters

Boat of Garten’s very own drama group, ShowBoaters, was established in 2002 and is still going strong today. The group is made up of all sorts of people who are passionate about producing professional-standard shows.

Contact:Ann Napier

Tel: 01479 831 213



st vincent's therapy garden


​Tel: 01540 661 219



Our highly specialised services work to a community development model where our goal is for survivors to be empowered to move forward from the impact of trauma. Our core team involves our skilled management team and specialist trauma trained counsellors delivering the service to survivors. We utilise the skills of volunteer counsellors, most of which are either fully qualified or they are studying for their Diploma or Doctorate and carrying out a placement with us.

Our adult services are holistic and they offer a range of services as we are aware that everyone will have different needs. As well as our core service of counselling and advocacy we offer befriending, group support (including gardening, art/ crafts, fundraising, writing and therapeutic groups). Survivors told us they wanted to be involved in campaigning and this has been very successful thanks to their ongoing commitment. Our EMDR/ EFT service has been very popular with survivors in assisting them with traumatic memories and flashbacks. Funding from Awards for All enabled Sarah Nelson, a distinguished researcher to work with us to develop a pack for survivors informing them about physical health issues.

Open Secret have been providing services within prisons for almost 20 years and our prison manager has experience of personally working within prisons, with her work being highly regarded and evidenced. We won the tender to deliver services to survivors of childhood sexual abuse. Sadly the statistics have been extremely high as this reflects the scale of childhood sexual abuse and the impact which can lead to negative coping strategies and time in prison. However, as can be seen by our evidence, recovery from the trauma can lead to a different future for survivors.


​Tel: 01324 630 100


Scotland's natural heritage is its wildlife, habitats, landscapes and natural beauty. Scotland is renowned for its attractive scenery and wild places and has a huge diversity of landscapes, habitats and wildlife. These are part of what makes Scotland special and are among our greatest assets.

Scottish Natural Heritage is funded by the Scottish Government.

Our purpose is to:

  • promote, care for and improve our natural heritage
  • help people to enjoy nature responsibly
  • enable greater understanding and awareness of nature
  • promote the sustainable use of Scotland’s natural heritage

All of our work supports our mission statement: SNH is the leading organisation in Scotland that seeks to inspire, enthuse and influence others to manage our natural resources sustainably.

The Scottish Natural Heritage Headquarters, at Great Glen House in Inverness, is also in this area.

You can contact any of the South Highland offices using the email:


PH22 1QD

Telephone: 01463 725219