Assynt Crofters' Trust
Assynt Crofters' Trust

The week at a glance

Below is a summary of the week's events. For more information please go to each event page as detailed in the menu list on the right on click or the link in the event summary below. 


During the week souvenir t-shirts and calendars will be available from the Assynt Crofters' Trust stall in the Marquee on Stoer Green.

Saturday June 30th - Friday July 6th

Date Event
Saturday 30th June 2018

A Celebration of Fishing

The wheelie boat launch and Ceilidh

All-abilities fishing competition

Drumbeg Loch and Hall

Sunday 1st July 2018

A Celebration of Faith

A non-denominational service by Murray Campbell 

The Marquee Stoer Green

Monday 2nd July 2018

A Celebration of our past

Events including Broch activities, geological exhibitions, photographic exhibition guided walks and an evening hill run - The Peat Road Challenge and also the Fèis Fun Run for the kids

Tuesday 3rd July 2018

A Celebration of Music and poetry

Music workshops with Rory Matheson, Anna Buxton, Kim MacLennan , Henry Fosbroke and others and Creative Writing workshop with poet Anne-Marie Fyfe

Creative Writing prize-giving and concert

Wednesday 4th July 2018

A Celebration of a life - Allan  MacRae

A debate from the Scottish Crofting Federation and launch of Judith Napier's definitive biography of Allan 

Thursday  5th July 2018 

A Celebration of Sheep - Ewe to You

Sheepdog handling, sheep shearing and husbandry alongside demonstrations of wood crafts including spinning, weaving, knitting and felting

Friday 6th July 2018

The  Fèis  in the Fank

A special night of music food and dance to end the week. Performances from Blazin' Fiddles, Skerryvore, Rory Matheson, Kenny John, Skala Ceilidh Dance Band, James Graham, Traligill and 2+1.  A night to remember. Tickets available here


We  welcome any kind of support. If you would like to help, please contact us!


Assynt Crofters' Trust

North Assynt Estate
IV27 4JE

Tel: 01571 855298



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