So what do we do?
We support local community facilities - particularly our popular social enterprise, Rosemarkie Beach Cafe and Exhibition!
Rosemarkie Beach does not just serve the community on the Black Isle, but most of the north-eastern Highlands from Inverness right up to Dingwall and Invergordon.
The beach is where many come to walk, paddle and let off steam. The bay runs from Chanonry Point to the south all the way round to Hillockhead and beyond to the north.
Our hugely popular Beach Cafe, which trains local youngsters in service and hospitality skills, was redeveloped in 2012. Two years on and we serve over 10,000 customers every year. Our community-curated interpretive exhibition covers local history and natural history, including the ever-popular bottlenose dolphins. Local people have contributed to the project by paying for hand-carved commemorative benches outside.
Income generated by the cafe is used to support amenity projects. Our next target is to redevelop our out-of-date tennis courts and the children's play area at the beach - see our 'current and future projects' page for more details.
We also run an events programme - see our 'what's on' page for more details. Our most popular event is probably the annual fireworks celebration on the beach in November.