What’s on in Dornoch: May 2019

May in Dornoch is full of sunshine and gorse bushes in full bloom, alfresco eating and long warm evening walks on the beach. Take a look at our What’s on in Dornoch for May to see all the fantastic events taking place this month. See the full list here.

Our highlights this month include:

East Sutherland Rotary Classic Car Tour takes place on Saturday 18th May, cars gather in Dornoch Square from 8:30 am ready for a 9:30 start, allowing locals and visitors to inspect the cars before waving them on their way.

Gnoss are a dynamic four-piece of fiddle, flute, guitar and percussion, that tackle energetic tune sets
and driving folk song. They will be in Bonar Bridge Hall on Wednesday 22nd May at 7.30pm

And last but CERTAINLY not least, the Dornoch Pipe Band Parade is back for another season! Starting on Saturday 25th May at 8pm in the Dornoch Square, the parade is followed by a Highland dancing display- an evening not to be missed!

Have a wonderful May and make sure you share your photos of your Dornoch trip with us on social media!

 

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Dornoch Gallery 2019

Dornoch Gallery 2019

The Dornoch Gallery holds a Summer Exhibition in Dornoch Social Club, with a wide and exciting range of work, designed and made in the Highlands by local artists and craftsmen, on show and for sale. This includes handbags, hand smocked children’s clothes, stained glass, jewellery, paintings, drawings, etchings, batik, ceramics, painted silk, hand knits & weaves, photography and textiles. It takes place in June from 10am until 4pm in the Struie Room in the Dornoch Social Club. Dates to be confirmed for 2019

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What’s on in Dornoch: May 2019

May in Dornoch is full of sunshine and gorse bushes in full bloom, alfresco eating and long warm evening walks on the beach. Take a look at our What’s on in Dornoch for May to see all the fantastic events taking place this month. See the full list here.

Our highlights this month include:

East Sutherland Rotary Classic Car Tour takes place on Saturday 18th May, cars gather in Dornoch Square from 8:30 am ready for a 9:30 start, allowing locals and visitors to inspect the cars before waving them on their way.

Gnoss are a dynamic four-piece of fiddle, flute, guitar and percussion, that tackle energetic tune sets
and driving folk song. They will be in Bonar Bridge Hall on Wednesday 22nd May at 7.30pm

And last but CERTAINLY not least, the Dornoch Pipe Band Parade is back for another season! Starting on Saturday 25th May at 8pm in the Dornoch Square, the parade is followed by a Highland dancing display- an evening not to be missed!

Have a wonderful May and make sure you share your photos of your Dornoch trip with us on social media!

 

Read This Article & More Here: What’s on in Dornoch: May 2019

East Sutherland Rotary Classic Car Tour

Saturday 18th May 2019

Dornoch is the starting point for this fantastic annual event which takes classic car enthusiasts on a journey across the northern Highlands on a circular route from Dornoch to Ullapool via Muir of Ord taking in majestic scenery of the west coast. A traditional Highland Ceilidh rounds off the day.

The tour is restricted to 60 cars, so if you would like to get involved then be sure to book now to avoid disappointment.

You don’t have to be a driver to get involved. If you are interested in classic cars then people are very welcome to take a look at the cars in the square in Dornoch from 8.30am.

Cars gather in Dornoch Square from 8:30 am ready for a 9:30 start, allowing locals and visitors to inspect the cars before waving them on their way.

No entry fee is charged, but drivers and their sponsors raise over £12,000 for RNLI and other charities supported by Rotary Club of East Sutherland Trust Fund (Scottish Charity No. 044261).

For a video of the 2018 event see link below. https://bit.ly/2UJqeeM

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East Sutherland Rotary Classic Car Tour

Saturday 18th May 2019

Dornoch is the starting point for this fantastic annual event which takes classic car enthusiasts on a journey across the northern Highlands on a circular route from Dornoch to Ullapool via Muir of Ord taking in majestic scenery of the west coast. A traditional Highland Ceilidh rounds off the day.

The tour is restricted to 60 cars, so if you would like to get involved then be sure to book now to avoid disappointment.

You don’t have to be a driver to get involved. If you are interested in classic cars then people are very welcome to take a look at the cars in the square in Dornoch from 8.30am.

Cars gather in Dornoch Square from 8:30 am ready for a 9:30 start, allowing locals and visitors to inspect the cars before waving them on their way.

No entry fee is charged, but drivers and their sponsors raise over £12,000 for RNLI and other charities supported by Rotary Club of East Sutherland Trust Fund (Scottish Charity No. 044261).

For a video of the 2018 event see link below. https://bit.ly/2UJqeeM

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Dornoch Community Markets 2019

Dornoch Community Markets

These popular markets take place from May-September

Regular Community Market days for 2017 are Wednesdays 8th May, 12th and 26th June, 10th and 24th July, 14th and 28th August and 11th September.

The markets runs from 9:30am to 1pm on the Cathedral Green. Come and browse up to 30 stalls with home grown local produce, plants, arts & crafts, baking, artisan bread, specialist chocolates, cheese, hand made cosmetics,  jewellery, gifts & clothing.

Featuring:

  • Artisan bread from Cromarty Bakery: The Cromarty Bakery have a reputation for first class bread, cakes and pastries.
  • Chocolate from Highland Patissier and Cocoa Skye
  • Cromarty Cheese: The Cheese House is renowned for doing things a bit differently. Expect the best locally produced cheeses, chutneys and mouth-watering tasty bites. And also find a strong link with the Netherlands – some of the best Dutch farmer’s cheeses, finest charcuterie and quality snacks.
  • Knockfarrel Produce: Knockfarrel Produce is a small family run organic croft nestled beneath the iron age hill fort of Knockfarrel in Cromarty.  They grow fresh healthy food for local customers within 30 miles of their croft.
  • Corry Croft Nursery : The nursery specialises in grasses and hardy plants. There is also a growing range of bamboos and exotic plants, offered for those who relish something more unusual. All plants offered for sale are propagated at the nursery in Rogart. All hardy plants are grown onsite and are therefore known to cope with the climate and conditions prevalent in this part of Scotland.

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Dornoch Community Markets 2019

Dornoch Community Markets

These popular markets take place from May-September

Regular Community Market days for 2017 are Wednesdays 8th May, 12th and 26th June, 10th and 24th July, 14th and 28th August and 11th September.

The markets runs from 9:30am to 1pm on the Cathedral Green. Come and browse up to 30 stalls with home grown local produce, plants, arts & crafts, baking, artisan bread, specialist chocolates, cheese, hand made cosmetics,  jewellery, gifts & clothing.

Featuring:

  • Artisan bread from Cromarty Bakery: The Cromarty Bakery have a reputation for first class bread, cakes and pastries.
  • Chocolate from Highland Patissier and Cocoa Skye
  • Cromarty Cheese: The Cheese House is renowned for doing things a bit differently. Expect the best locally produced cheeses, chutneys and mouth-watering tasty bites. And also find a strong link with the Netherlands – some of the best Dutch farmer’s cheeses, finest charcuterie and quality snacks.
  • Knockfarrel Produce: Knockfarrel Produce is a small family run organic croft nestled beneath the iron age hill fort of Knockfarrel in Cromarty.  They grow fresh healthy food for local customers within 30 miles of their croft.
  • Corry Croft Nursery : The nursery specialises in grasses and hardy plants. There is also a growing range of bamboos and exotic plants, offered for those who relish something more unusual. All plants offered for sale are propagated at the nursery in Rogart. All hardy plants are grown onsite and are therefore known to cope with the climate and conditions prevalent in this part of Scotland.

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