“The best thing about being involved is the enjoyment I get from working with an enthusiastic group of like-minded people to improve and enhance our village.”
Find out how we transformed the building and see our plans for the future.
Funding and support from the Climate Challenge Fund enabled us to make a real difference to Arisaig’s carbon footprint.
The Trust’s first project was negotiating the lease of the playing fields from the local estate in 2011.
Arisaig railway station has recently been adopted by us through an Abellio Scotrail scheme.
We are undertaking a feasibility study for developing new eco-friendly homes in Arisaig.
With funding from the Scottish Land Fund and the Rural Housing Fund, we are undertaking a feasibility study with Highland Small Communities Housing Trust
Land, Sea and Island Centre
We have exciting plans for a new extension to the Centre which would increase the size of the shop and exhibition space, as well as create a small refreshment area. Sam Foster, who grew up in Arisaig and helped with the 2015 refurbishment project, has agreed to design the new extension for us and you can see his architectural drawings below.
Arisaig Station Adoption
Arisaig railway station has recently been adopted by us through an Abellio Scotrail scheme.extension for us and you can see his architectural drawings below.