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Summer Holiday Activities - Caithness And Sutherland

4th June 2016

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High Life Highland's 2016 summer activities programme is jam-packed with over 1100 fun things for children and young people to do across the Highlands.

From swimming lessons to mini-olympics, from mountain biking to martial arts - you'll find a host of activities on offer to exercise, inspire and entertain.

Our experienced staff are highly trained, expertly qualified and on hand to make sure this is a summer holiday to remember.

Check out all the activities for Caithness and Sutherland at -

Book online, BOOKINGS OPEN on Saturday 18th June at 8am for All High Life Members and to non-members!

Booking Form becomes available on 18th June from 8am.

You can also book in person at your local leisure centre.

To find out more about what's happening in your area and to download the programme to your computer:-

Other area brochures can be found at -

High Life Membership
To access the Summer Programme Booking System, you will need a High Life card for each and every person you wish to book on. These cards need to have been issued by one of our leisure centres (or activated at a leisure site if issued initially as a library card only). You will be charged one of three prices by the booking system: All Inclusive (Individual or Family Direct Debit), Budget or Pay As You Go. To login, you will need the Member ID number from the High Life card and the 4 digit PIN. If you do not know the PIN, please use the High Life Member PIN Recovery Tool or or contact your local High Life Highland leisure centre for further assistance.

Highlife Highland Web site
Highlife Highland is an arms length company owned by Highland Council.High Life Highland develops and promotes opportunities in culture, learning, sport, leisure, health and well-being across nine services throughout the whole of the Highlands, for both residents and visitors.

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