Strathpeffer is a thriving Highland community with a population of around 1500, and activities for everyone from the very young to the very old.
This page provides information about community services, activities and initiatives. If there are projects or information that you would like to see added here, please contact us
Strathpeffer Community Centre is open to the public Monday to Friday and occasionally over the weekends, depending on events.
Strathpeffer Primary School has provision from Nursery right through to aged 11.
Strathpeffer Medical Practice is situated behind the School and Community Centre. It is open Monday to Friday.
There are a variety of local groups based in and around Strathpeffer.
Strathpeffer has a number of clubs, societies and other groups, including those that meet on a regular basis.
The Strathpeffer Community Centre is a charitable run community centre relying on local support. Here you will find information on a range of activities including children's groups, fitness and the food and craft market. In addition you will find information for our business customers regarding room hire, catering arrangements, booking forms and price lists.
Strathpeffer has an active, involved and committed Community Council. Its primary purpose is to find out, collate and express the views of the community and to make local authorities and other public bodies aware of the opinions, needs and preferences of the community.
We welcome all members of the community to our meetings which take place at 7.30pm on the first Monday of each month.
The Lord-Lieutenant of Ross and Cromarty is Mrs Janet Bowen who was appointed in April 2007 by HM The Queen on the death of Sir Roderick Stirling KCVO. Mrs Bowen is a resident of Strathpeffer.
Consultations are by appointment only. Routine appointments are for 10 minutes. All appointments can be made by telephoning. There is disabled access and facilities.
Monday 8am-6pm, Tuesday 8am-6pm, Wednesday 8am-1pm, Thursday 8am-6pm
and Friday 8am-6pm.
The Strath Times is the village newsletter and it is delivered to around 800 households in and around the village every two months It is also available to pick up in Strathpeffer and the surrounding area.
If you have any news, photos or ideas of what can be included in The Strath Times, or if you'd be interested in advertising in The Strath Times please either email us or telephone us at the address and phone number below.