This month's West Ardnamurchan Gardening Society talk is in the Kilchoan Community Centre at 7.30pm on Monday 26th October. Tea, coffee and biscuits. All welcome, £2 for non-members. The talk is entitled Tanzania! and will be given by Jon Haylett.
Penny Horner will be teaching a new ‘vinyassa flow’ yoga class on alternate Saturday afternoons in the Community Centre, starting on October 24th, from 3pm - 4pm.
In vinyassa yoga, each pose flows with the breath into the next and helps to build flexibility, strength and a deep sense of relaxation. The class will be suitable for those new to yoga as well as more experienced practitioners as options are available for all poses to suit the needs and abilities of those in the class.
The first class on October 24th will be a FREE TASTER CLASS – so do come along and give it a try. Subsequent classes will be £5 a session.
Please bring a yoga mat to the class if you have one. Contact Penny if not as she might be able to help.
Penny has been practicing yoga for many years and is just completing a training course to be a registered Yoga Alliance teacher at Meadowlark yoga in Edinburgh, where she has also been teaching.
The full list of courses for this autumn and winter at the Kilchoan Learning Centre has been published. The link to download the full course list is here. To book, or if you have any questions, contact Dale Meegan at West Highland College UHI, Kilchoan: work (Direct Dial) 01397 874 260 or email email@example.com
The meeting will begin with a short talk about the history of this 12th century church. We will then outline the repairs that need to be done; the constraints imposed by St Comghan's being a national scheduled monument; the cost of repairs; and plans to raise the money.
The church is currently owned & maintained by Highland Council: we also wish to discuss WACDC's proposal to take the church and churchyard into community ownership.