You are invited to The Gathering

The Gathering/An Cruinneachadh is a community led arts project for everyone throughout the three communities of Glenmoriston, Fort Augustus & Glengarry. 


A host of activities, events and projects will be popping up throughout 2023 and into 2024. 


The project is for all members of the community - any age, any background. It is inspired by our shared environment, local history and of nurturing a sense of place. 


But it's also about looking to the future. 


Supporting young people in our communities with valuable and new experiences- and to have a lot of fun along the way. Right here in the 3 Glens.



Thanks to everyone who came along to the Open Afternoon at Fort Augustus on Saturday the 4th. It was a wonderful turnout, with lovely chats and lovely cake.


Earlier on Saturday the Team members met up - some for the first time. 


Then Sunday morning was an opportunity for the team to talk together about the project again. This time with the benefit of having met everyone that visited the Open Afternoon the day before. 


We look forward to keeping up direct contact with the community - although there won't be another chance for a full team face to face -and cake- for a while yet unfortunately! 


That's why we're keen for you to follow the page, and subscribe to the Newsletter. You can keep tabs with what's going on and please contribute too! 

Joyce Brìghde Gilbert

Andrew Grant McKenzie


Caoimhe Keohane

Yoga & Nature

Ceit Langhorne

Gaelic Singer & Creative Practitioner

Charlie Grey


Euan Robinson


Dr Greg Mannion

Senior Lecturer in Education

Helen Liddle


Iona MacLeod

Munro Gauld

Dr Nick Barnes

Nicola Wright

Raghnaid Sandilands

Rob Sutherland

Tom Langhorne


  • These are the people who are bringing their skills to The Gathering/An Cruinneachadh. Find out more about them here.

The Gathering / An Cruinneachadh Community Arts Project has been made possible by the generous grants received from;

Fern Community Funds, Beinneun Wind Farm

Along with match funding from 

The Fort Augustus and Glenmoriston Community Company.

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