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Strathpeffer has a number of clubs, societies and other groups, including those that meet on a regular basis.
Blether's Cafe is held on the 1st Wednesday of each month at Strathpeffer Community Centre from 9am - 11.30am.
Bacon rolls, cakes and drinks available to purchase whilst the young children play.
The Church Of Scotland Youth Cafe meets on a Sunday at the Community Centre during term time only, between 11 am - 12 noon.
It's a great chance to have some refreshments and explore Christianity in a relaxed atmosphere.
The Strathpeffer Residents Association (SRA) are currently developing the Community Parks Project.
This is open to anyone who enjoys a variety of crafts and a good blether at the same time. This is an informal group which meets at the Community Centre on a Thursday evening from 7pm -9pm cost £3 per person and includes a fair trade refreshment.
Sing In Strathpeffer (Strathpeffer Singers) is held on a Friday 10 am - 12 noon - ring to check where they meet!
Just £3 per session with the first session free so you can "try before you buy".
Contact Sally Dovey on 01997 423209 for further information.
MEN'S SHED PROJECT
The Strathpeffer Men's shed project is currently being developed by the Strathpeffer Residents Association.
The Strathpeffer Fairtrade Group has been launched and includes residents, accommodation providers and community council representatives.
Some local hotels already uses fairtrade tea and coffee, and other accommodation providers have committed to using fairtrade products where they can. The Community Centre is an active supporter as are the local churches.
Rainbows meet on a Monday usually during term time from 4.45pm - 5.45pm
Brownies have fun! They take part in indoor and outdoor activities that challenge them to do their best. Their meetings are action-packed and full of challenges, games and activities, usually ones that the Brownies have suggested themselves.
Strathpeffer Rifle and Pistol club have been in existence for many years and are a Home/Scottish Office Approved Target Shooting Club. The club continue to regularly shoot every Sunday throughout the year except Remembrance Sunday. The Club facilities have been improved upon by the addition of a small Clubhouse.
Strathpeffer Under 5's playgroup
Playgroup is held in the large, bright Achterneed Room within the Community Centre, with access to a large secure outdoor play area.