Chaired by NHS Highland Non-Executive Director Ann Clark, Mid Ross Community Partnership brings together NHS Highland, The Highland Council, Police Scotland, Highland Fire & Rescue Service, Highlands and Islands Enterprise, High Life Highland and Ross-shire Voluntary Action as well as numerous local and Highland wide groups and charitable bodies.
The aim of the Partnership is to help reduce inequality and improve outcomes for the residents of Mid Ross. We will do this by engaging with communities to identify the priorities they have and the issues that are affecting them and seeking to help co-produce solutions to them.
Please look out for the events we will be holding and attending over the coming year to hear your thoughts. For more information about what's been discussed at Community Partnership meetings, please click the link below to access our update bulletins. For more information about community organisations active in the Mid Ross area, please see the Community Directories in the Useful Links section at the bottom of the page.
Between September and November 2018, the Mid Ross Community Partnership Survey offered people living in Mid Ross the opportunity to share their views on what was good, not so good and what could be improved in their communities. You can read a summary of the findings here:
Created to continue to involve individuals and organisations in shaping the evolution of Community Learning, Development and Engagement in Mid Ross, the Network met on the 6th of March in Muir of Ord. You can read more about the origins of the group, what came out of the meeting and how to get involved here:
As a Partnership we are in the process of gathering initial views and opinions from lot of different people about what they feel is good or what could be better about where they live and the services they receive. We would like to make sure you can get involved so we have multiple things happening but if you aren't able to make it along to an event, conversation or to complete the online survey please get in touch to tell us what you need and we will try to meet those needs if at all possible.
Equally if you are part of a community group or organisation and you would like someone from the Partnership to come and speak with your group please let us know and we shall do what we can.