Tuesday, November 20, 2018
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The Life Changes Trust funds multiple projects in the Highland region that are dedicated to improving the lives of people living with dementia and those who care for them, unpaid. On the 29th November the Life Changes Trust are hosting an event in Inverness to bring together these projects, people living with dementia, carers and anyone who is interested in dementia. This event will be collaborative, innovative and informative and will provide an opportunity to learn from initiatives and evidence from across the Highlands.

In order to include as many people as possible this event will be live streamed in three regional hubs for those who cannot travel to Inverness. One of these hubs will be in Portree. If you would like to
come along, we would warmly welcome you.

The first festival of small halls in Europe launches on the Isle of Skye on 23 November bringing big music to ten remote village halls around the Island and Lochalsh until 1 December.

The festival will run for eight days and includes concerts, cèilidhs and public and music workshops in halls and schools by some of the nation’s finest traditional musicians, including Jarlath Henderson, Duncan Chisholm, Mairearad Green, Innes Watson, Donald Shaw, Mike Vass and Seán Gray, culminating in a mammoth St Andrew’s Night Big Cèilidh for all at the Sligachan Hotel on 30 November.

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