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We are very sorry to say that this year's Craignish Boat Jumble has been cancelled. Craignish Community Company is extremely sorry and hopes this will not put people off future events, but we would rather err on the side of caution in the current environment as we would hate to put anyone either in the community or visiting it at risk of contracting the coronavirus. We hope you understand.

Craignish Boat Jumble and Car Boot Sale

The 2020 Boat Jumble and Car Boot Sale will be held in Craignish Village Hall and car park on Saturday March 21st. After many years of the jumble being run by Jan Brown, Tiziana is now taking over the reins. Many thanks to Jan for all her hard work and we look forward to equally successful events this year and long into the future. Proceeds from the Boat Jumble cover C3's annual revenue costs. Thanks to all who help.

Community and School Play Park

Thanks to an amazing effort by the community this project to buy a piece of land adjacent to the school and equip it as a play/recreation area is going ahead.. Click here for details of the project.

Craignish Glebe

C3 has decided not to pursue this project. The General Trustees of the Church of Scotland want £170,000 for the site and it was felt that it would be difficult to raise this in light of the effort that has gone into raising the money for 'Rosemary's Plot'.

Invasive Species - Japanese Knotweed

A number of members of the community have expressed concern about the impact of Japanese Knotweed and the very detrimental effect it has on the landscape and our native ecology. C3 secured funding and has now successfully begun a multi year programme of elimination on the Craignish Peninsula.


CROMACH - Craignish Restoration of Coastal and Marine Habitats. C3 is facilitating the purchase of pre-funded equipment for researching our marine environment. For more information - https://www.facebook.com/cromach/

First Responder Scheme

C3 is acting as the co-ordinator for the First Responder Scheme which will see a team of trained volunteers able to respond to medical emergencies with access to a defibrillator, until such time as professional help has arrived. For further details contact Paul Mills


Craignish Primary School

Rory Day of the Parent Council is now representing Craignish Primary School on the C3 Board.

























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