A talk and discussion on plastic pollution and wildlife protection will take place in Breakish.

Tara Proud, Volunteer and Community Engagement Manager, will give a talk on the Marine Conservation Society in Scotland and the work on tackling plastic pollution.  

The talk will be held on Tuesday 6 March from 7pm to 8:30pm at Breakish Hall.  

On Saturday 3rd March a Family Ceilidh will be held to raise money for the Teenage Cancer Trust at Portree Community Centre.

Music on the evening will be provided by Robert Robertson and Ross Wilson from Tidelines and local Portree man Andrew Macpherson.

The evening has been organised by Kenneth Gillies, who last year ran a successful dance to raise money for Huntington's disease.

Kenny said: 'I'm doing another on the 3rd of March for the teenage cancer trust. My friends daughter Kayla was diagnosed with cancer at the age of 17 and because of this charity the family don't think that their daughter would be where she is today without them.

Portree and Braes Community Trust is inviting everyone to a curry and quiz night at Braes Hall.

Held on Saturday 3 March, the quiz starts at 7:30pm.

Entry is £10.00.