This links page is work in prgress as many of the useful links are included throughout the site on the relevant pages or through the Moray Firth Directory. Here are some links to sites of interest that we hope you'll find useful!
A Strategy for Scotlands Coast and Inshore Waters
The following papers were written by individuals representing the relevant sectors and peer reviewed by members of the Scottish Coastal Forum. They are provided to give an understanding of the important issues from the perspective of that Sector.
Animated Knots by Grog Better to know a knot and not need it, than need a knot and not know it! A useful well illustrated site that demonstrates knots for fishing, boating, climbing and search and rescue.
Moray Firth Tutorial College
Moray Firth Tutorial College was founded in 1999 as Moray Firth Tutorial School by its Principal, Mrs Anni Cole-Hamilton. Since then it has grown and expanded to become a tutorial college and we have recently added our own Adult Courses as well as new Children's Clubs. We are the only institution we know of to offer this range of courses in Inverness, and the UK!
We want to know what makes your place distinct and for you to capture this using music, song, words or a photograph.This is your opportunity to create a record of the identity of your place - both good and bad, and even the ugly! Whether you live in Glasgow or Gigha, we want you to capture the essence of your place and tell us about it. Everyone can post their photos, prose, poetry and even music on the website.
SEPA View is a quarterly magazine produced by the Scottish Enviornment Protection Agency, covering SEPA-related issues as well as the environment at large. To subscribe to SEPA View, please contact the team on 01786 457700 send an email to