Scotland Through A Window


We read last year that CR Smith  had commissioned a marketing campaign focusing on Scotland through a window.  How delighted we are that our very own Mermaid of the North in Balintore features in this campaign.   Have you been on this tram yet?  Please share your photographs. 

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A Fond Farewell …

We are sad at the Seaboard Hall, because one of our team – Chloe Rodgers – is moving onto pastures new. She’s off to do a research PHD in cancer. Chloe joined us as a graduate which was part funded through Scot-grad and HIE.

We have attached a link to a short film that Chloe was asked to be part of for the National Strengthening Communities Conference held in Aviemore last week. We have loved working with Chloe over the past twenty months but wish her well for the future, we know she will be brilliant in whatever she chooses to do.


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We are Crowdfunding!

We are raising money to continue researching our history & heritage, promoting it and maintaining our website. If you would like to donate, please click on the link below. Thanks in advance 🙂


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Seaboard Sounds Tin Whistlers

Children from the Seaboard Villages and Tain came along and learnt Tin whistle and designed the group name and posters advertising their show at the Fisherfolk Festival.

We are very thankful to Tasgadh & Creative Scotland for help with funding this project.

Have a listen to the track they recorded……………..


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GIG: Martin Stephenson

We were delighted to have Martin Stephenson perform at the Seaboard Hall in April. What a special show he put on! There were lots of brilliant songs and plenty of hilarious stories throughout. He stepped away from the mic for a few songs and was accompanied by Nicky Murray playing the fiddle all unplugged. If you missed Martin’s gig, he has some shows coming up soon in Ullapool and Cromarty!

Thanks to Mark Janes for taking some lovely photographs on the night. Have a look at his website.

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Who would you like to see perform at the Seaboard Hall? Please get in touch and let us know!

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What are your thoughts on the sporting activities in the Seaboard Villages?

What are your thoughts on sporting facilities in the Seaboard villages. Please click on the button below to complete our survey about sporting activities in the Seaboard Community. Your view matters.


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We are delighted to have so much going on over the Easter Holidays. Have a look at the poster below for all the kids activities. Get in touch to book spaces for your child or if you have any enquires.

To download the colouring in sheet for our Easter competition, click here.

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VOLUNTEER opportunities

We are looking for people to volunteer at the Seaboard Memorial Hall. Do you have skills you  could share? Could you help out at events or classes? Get in touch and let us know how you can help!

Volunteer at the Seaboard Hall

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TRIAL: Café Open on Saturdays

Our Café is going to open on Saturdays throughout March and April!

This is a trial run, and if there is enough interest we may open the cafĂ© on Saturdays throughout the year! It will be open 10.30 – 3pm and lunches served until 2pm.

Seaboard Cafe Opening Times

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