Lochcarron Highland Games 2017
(Our 39th Year)
Saturday 15th July at Attadale
11:30 a.m. till 5:00 p.m
ENTRANCE: ADULTS - £7 OAP - £3 CHILDREN - £3 FREE CAR PARKING
We are busy planning the 2017 games and we hope to see you on the 15th July!
If you would like to join us in sponsoring the games please contact us here
LOCHCARRON HIGHLAND GAMES GRAND RAFFLE TICKETS HAVE YOU GOT YOURS YET?
You can find our ticket sales people between the beer tent and the food tent, you can’t miss them. Please make sure you have bought your tickets by 3.30 pm to be included in the draw – only £1 and a book for £5.
1st prize £200.
2nd prize £100.
Bottle of Black Label Whisky. Bottle of Skipper Rum
Bottle of Clan Fraser Whisky
Bottle of Red Wine from Lochcarron Bistro
Bottle of White Wine from Lochcarron Bistro
Gift from Lochcarron Gallery.
Lochcarron Tartan Rug from Lochcarron Weavers and many other generous prizes.
Now sponsored by
Entry to the Open events at the Lochcarron Highland Games is available to all. Competitors take part at their own risk. Those entrants who have registered with the Scottish Games Association (SGA) for points etc are covered by that organisations separate cover.
The Hill Race has four categories: Open - 16 years or older, Veterans - 40 years or older, Ladies and Junior - under 16 years.Competitors must register for a single category and may win a prize in that category.
For reason of safety only 60 competitors will be allowed to register for the Hill Race.
NEW FOR THIS YEAR
Artist in Residence – Damian Callan
Damian Callan is a gurative painter based in Edinburgh. He teaches classes for adults and children at his studio near Haymarket. He is the author of Paint Like Degas and Paint Like Renoir. His work is exhibited widely in the UK and is held in collections across the world. He is particularly interested in the moving gure and in people in action and so is coming to spend the day the as the ‘artist in residence’ at the Lochcarron Highland Games: he will sketch, observe and photograph the various activities and events in order to develop ideas in to drawings and paintings to be displayed in the Lochcarron Gallery next year. www.damiancallan.com
Lochcarron Highland Games Committee 2017
Chair: Maureen Brown, Vice Chair: Ruaridh Macrae, Secretary: Tracey Gough, Treasurer: Tony Caminiti
Alec Cormack, Henry Dalgety, Ruaraidh Ferguson, April Finlayson, Joanna Macpherson, Sue Robb, Ian Robertson, Rita Sykes