Glenuig Community Association News

This news page is about the Glenuig community - more news of forthcoming events in Glenuig Hall can be found on our What's On Calendar page.

02 December 2023Glenuig Inn Community Buy-Out Meeting

Meeting at Glenuig hall on the 13th Of December at 7pm to discuss the prospect of a community buyout and gauge the interest locally. If this is something you might support, please, pop along!

Calling all residents of the PH38 postcode!

Please join us to discuss whether a Community Buy-Out strategy could be an option for our beloved Glenuig Inn in light of it being due to go on the open market in early 2024.

We’d like to establish if there is enough local engagement and support to move this idea forward with the Scottish Land Fund and other relevant organisations.

This is for anyone who has concerns about the future of Glenuig Inn.

This could be our best chance to protect its ownership and preserve the current ethos which we have all grown to enjoy once more.


21 November 2023Winter Events 2023/24

Our new Arts Group programme is proving a great success and we have more coming up ,over December and January.

Our Thursday evening singing group, led by Rosie Gillespie will meet up on 7th and 14th December and then start up again after Christmas on Thursday 18th January. Come and join us in Glenuig Hall for our weekly song sessions; the focus is on singing for fun and well-being and everyone is welcome to join in, whatever your age, level of experience or confidence.

In the New Year, we’ll have a few guest tutors to lead some special singing workshops and, after the success of Margaret Ford’s Gaelic song workshop last month, we’re hoping she’ll come again to share more tongue-twisting puirt à beul.

Each Thursday session will start at 7.30pm and will cost only £5 to take part.


The second of our community pot-luck lunches in Glenuig Hall will take place on Saturday 9th December.  Come along and meet your neighbours over a relaxed lunch-time, in a nice warm welcoming village hall between 12.30 and 2.30pm. A few seasonal festive treats are likely to be on offer and there will be live music, kindly provided by some of our local young musicians. 

This is a free event and tasty hot soup will be provided, as well as tea and coffee, but in the spirit of pot-luck, you might want to bring along a contribution of food to share as well as any refreshments you might like. 

In the New Year, the date of our next community lunch is Saturday 13th January.


As part of our Awards for All funded arts programme for Glenuig Hall, we can now announce the dates of two events for early 2024:

Saturday 10th February – A family tea dance with the Great Glen Swing Band

Saturday 23rd March – A pot-luck dinner dance with the Glenfinnan Ceilidh Band

For more information and updates, check our social media links:

FACEBOOK or INSTAGRAM: glenuighallarts

05 October 2023A New Singing Group in Glenuig!


Calling all singers in the area – whether you’re an experienced choir member or a secret shower crooner, come along and enjoy some group singing in our beautiful village hall on a Thursday evening.  

Our first singing workshop is on Thursday 12th October at 7.30pm and will be led by a special guest; Seamas Carey.  Seamas is an inspirational choir-leader, performer and composer from Cornwall, who’s coming to Glenuig to perform his hilarious one-man show, “Help, I think I’m a Nationalist” on the following night.

Here’s what he has to say about his Cornish male voice choir, Men Are Singing:  https://www.menaresinging.com/

I’ve come to realise that singing really can make you feel better. It’s an equal meeting place, where friends, family or a whole community can come together and do something that’s creative, constructive and in unison. An increasingly rare thing at the moment. It has an unexplainable and undeniable power to make people feel good.

From Thursday 26th October, this new community singing group will aim to meet weekly and will be led by Rosie Gillespie, a well-known and experienced singer and music teacher from the Sunart area. Different styles of music will be explored and the focus will be on singing for fun and well-being. Guest tutors, such as Kaela Rowan, Margaret Ford and Iona Lane will also be offering singing workshops throughout the year, as part of this new initiative.

 Each Thursday session will start at 7.30pm and will cost only £5 to take part.

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