- Community Website
- Conservation & Environment Group
- Disability Support Group
- FGA Partner
- Information Access
- School & College
- Village Hall
Forres Academy – School Website
Welcome to the Forres Academy website!
This website is designed to provide parents, carers, pupils and members of our community with information about the school. There are also a number of links to Moray and national websites to provide visitors …
Forestry Commission Scotland
Welcome to Scotland’s Forests
Take a walk in a secluded woodland, picnic by a glittering loch or feel the wind rush by your ears as you tackle a new mountain biking trail.
There’s something for everyone here. Whether you’re planning …
Moray Community Planning and Partnership
Moray Hydrotherapy Pool
Hydrotherapy is a form of exercise carried out in a specially heated pool. Many people with conditions like arthritis, muscular dystrophy, MS, cerebral palsy, autism, as well as victims of strokes or accidents and pre & post-surgery patients. People with …
Age Concern Scotland
An independent, recognised charity working throughout Scotland to help make the lives of older people more secure, comfortable, dignified and enjoyable.…
Community Woodlands Association
Welcome to the CWA
The Community Woodlands Association was established in 2003 as the direct representative body of Scotland’s community woodland groups. We help community woodland groups across the country achieve their aspirations and potential, providing advice, assistance and information, …
Moray travel guide goes mobile
A mobile app travel guide has been developed in Moray in a project
led by the National Library of Scotland.…
Keep Scotland Beautiful
Keep Scotland Beautiful (KSB) is the independent charity which takes action, campaigns and educates on a range of local, national and global environmental issues affecting people’s quality of life. It is committed to making Scotland clean and green, today and tomorrow.
Trees for Life
Trees for Life is Scotland’s leading conservation volunteering charity. Founded in 1989, our vision is to restore Scotland’s ancient Caledonian Forest to a spectacular wilderness region of 1,000 square miles of mountains and glens to the west of Inverness and …
The Forres Heritage Trust
A new community group has been formed to ensure the survival and development of the town heritage, bringing the Forres Tolbooth and Nelson’s Tower back into the life of the local community.
There website has been developed to provide introductory …