Category: Volunteer Blogs
Our volunteers are at the heart of what we do. We feel it’s important their voices are heard. Read their blogs here.
I’m Fiona and I live in Lochaber in the Scottish Highlands. I love the sense of community in Fort William and surrounding areas. This has been really evident in the last few months, as local organisations and volunteers take on board the challenges that Covid-19 has brought us. The stunning scenery and beautiful lochs are […]
I’m Grant and I live on the Isle of Harris I’m a Development Officer, as well as a scallop diver and fisheries consultant. I also own a food van. Since lockdown began I largely feel the same. Obviously, I have concerns for the health of older relatives but I don’t feel hugely different, only more […]
I’m Rhoda, and I work as a Digital Consultant and crofter on the Isle of Tiree. One of my favourite things about Tiree is our 360 degree views of sky – the huge horizons, it’s so easy to breathe deeply. Since COVID-19 lockdown began, day to day life on a practical level hasn’t changed much, […]
I’m Janet and I live and work in Gairloch, Wester Ross, which is in the North-West Highlands of Scotland. My favourite thing about living in Gairloch is that there is plenty of space, fresh air and lots of great scenery. In my spare time, I like to go sailing, walking and do some gardening. Gairloch […]
I’m Kate and I live in Nairn and work in Moray and the surrounding areas. I work as a Health Walk Manager for Partnerships for Wellbeing, a small charity, on a volunteer led health walk project- P4W Walk. For me day to day life has changed quite a lot due to lockdown. I used to […]