Welcome to Cawdor Community Website
The village of Cawdor is situated 6 miles from the seaside town of Nairn, and 12 miles from the city of Inverness. Our community spreads out to include several surrounding villages including Croy, Culcharry, Piperhill, Galcantray to name but a few. The Community Centre was built in 2007 and offers a choice of warm, modern spaces with great facilities. The Centre is ideal for: Community & School events, Sporting Events, Live Music Concerts & Ceilidhs, Parties & Weddings, Conferences and Meetings, Training Courses, Fundraising Events.
If you wish to discuss any aspect of the centre further please do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
What's on at community centre
A playgroup that welcomes everyone from bumps to 5 year old with their mums, dads, grandparents or carers.
Come along for a play, chat and a cuppa.
Tuesdays and Fridays
10am – noon during term time
Facebook – Cawdor Tots
Scottish Women’s Institute
Cawdor Branch of SWI welcomes any new members to share, to learn, to socialise, to build a community and of course, to have fun. From life skills and arts and crafts to raising awareness of current affairs affecting women.
Meet on last Wednesday of the month from September to April, inclusive, with the exception of December when members go out for a Christmas meal in early December.More Info
Cawdor Evergreens is an outreach group connected to Cawdor Parish Church. to catch up with old friends, and enjoy a substantial two course lunch costing £5 per head.
Meeting once a fortnight in Cawdor Community Centre.
For further information contact Mrs Christine Mackintosh 01667 404608More Info
Coffee/Tea and Cake, with quizzes and puzzles and a raffle, Raffle proceeds to charities, either local or those with which members have a particular connection.
Meet about 10 times a year, approximately every 5 weeks
Always on a Tuesday
Meetings at 10:30am to about 12noon
in Community Room 1 in Cawdor Community Centre.
Rainbows learn by doing – they get their hands dirty, do sports, arts and crafts and play games. Being a Rainbow is all about having the space to try new things. Through taking part in a range of different activities with girls their own age, Rainbows develop self-confidence and make lots of new friends.
Guides are 10-14 years of age.
With Girlguiding, girls have the best experiences. They go to their first ever sleepover, canoe on rivers, learn about body confidence, lead their own camp, or simply have fun and try new things with girls their age.
Researching the history and folk-lore of Cawdor and the other parishes in Nairnshire
Meet on third Wednesday of the month, except December and January, July and August. Meetings at 7:30pm in Community Room 1 in Cawdor Community Centre.
John and Jenny Rose-Miller on
Things to do in Cawdor
Cawdor is a quiet village but with lots happening throughout the year. Please check out the groups and contact any direct if you are interested in joining. There are also events happening throughout the year and we will aim to keep this page and our Facebook up to date to keep you informed.
If you are visiting the area and looking for things to do then the list is long. We have our charming Cawdor Castle which is very popular and open daily to the public from May to October, then By Appointment Only from October & May. The village has a great village store with lots of enticing treats including local produce, newspapers, a selection of gifts and coffee and tea with seating area inside and outside if the weather is being kind. The Cawdor Tavern is a popular choice if you are looking for a light bite, delicious meal or also offer an extensive list of malt whiskies and hand crafted real ales. To find out more about Cawdor and what it has to offer click here.
For a more extensive list of things to do/see and businesses in the area please visit our links page.More Info