The list which follows shows the name, venue and contact details of organisations offering 16 activities which take place on a Sunday and which may be of interest to older folk in Inverness and the surrounding area.
For other days of the week please click on any of the links shown in the left hand margin of the page..
Each entry in the list will offer information regarding meeting days and times plus a number of choices whereby you can be transferred to the website of an organisation, send an email or text message to the organiser, view the location on a map or find a contact number to call.
|Culloden : Powerhoop, Culloden Academy Community Complex
(1 of 16)
|Fitness with a "twist" - spin your way to fitness with the fabulous Powerhoop.
A great fun class that uses weighted hula hoops to tone you all over
An enjoyable way to strengthen the core including hooping, legwork, armwork and floorwork.
Powerhoop is a full body workout, excellent for core strength and a slimmer waist
Sunday from : 0930 to 1030 Weekly
|Culloden : Highland Historical Search Society, Culloden Library
(2 of 16)
|Interested in Metal Detecting?
This is your local club and we have been searching all around the Highlands for 28 years. We go out detecting once a month to places with permission from the landowner and we meet as a social group every three months in Inshes Church. At minimum we can offer excitement ,exercise & education.
We have all ages in the club, ladies & gents, and the full range of capabilities from absolute beginners, semi experienced to old hands.
Free tuition and equipment loan if needed. You must have your own transport, and be over 18. The meeting place for each dig is at the actual dig itself, all members are issued with a very detailed map and written instructions how to get there.
Sunday from : 1000 to 1600 Monthly
|Fortrose : Fortrose Community Rowing, Chanonry Sailing Club
(3 of 16)
|The club has an active coastal rowing group. We regularly row our club built St Ayles skiffs, Chanonry Maid and Silver Darling, from the clubhouse at Fortrose Harbour. We also attend regattas and a variety of social rowing occasions.
With four oars and a Cox there are great opportunities for all ages to keep fit and active all year round.
We welcome rowers of all ages from all over the Highlands. You don't need to be super fit or able to get out on the water with us. Most of our activity is social rowing at a pace and level to suit those going out.
Sunday from : 1400 to 1500 Weekly
|Inverness : Toe2toe Dance - Latin and Ballroom Dancing, Crown Court Hotel
(4 of 16)
|Toe2toe Dance is a family run school based from the Crown Court Hotel in Inverness.
We have over 40 years dancing experience in Latin American, Modern Ballroom as well as Salsa and our newest fitness classes FitSteps & Haus Fitness.
So why not book on one of our classes and join in the fun!
Sunday from : 1800 to 1900 Weekly
|Inverness : Dow's Poker, Dow's Bar
(5 of 16)
If you are at a loose end on a Sunday evening come along and join us. Players of all levels are welcome, don't worry if you are a bit rusty there are plenty experienced people there to keep you right.
Sunday from : 1900 to 2300 Weekly
|Inverness : Gaelic Service, East Church
(6 of 16)
Sunday from : 1500 to 1600 Monthly
|Inverness : Inverness Bell Ringers, Inverness Cathedral
(7 of 16)
|We ring for service on Sunday morning between 10.20 and 10.55. and weddings and civic functions
Although the bells belong to the Episcopal Cathedral there is NO restriction on who can become a bell ringer.
Further details can be found on ‘the Inverness Cathedral’ web site or the ‘Scottish Association of Change Ringers’ web site.
A visit on a practice night will enable those interested to find out what bell ringing is all about.
Contact preferable by Email.
Sunday from : 1015 to 1100 Weekly
|Inverness : Pilates, Inverness Royal Academy Sports Centre
(8 of 16)
|Pilates aims to strengthen the body in an even way, with particular emphasis on core strength to improve general fitness and wellbeing.
Sunday from : 1000 to 1100 Weekly
|Inverness : Highland Humanist Society, Kingsmills Hotel
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|The group offers members (and non-members) a chance to meet other Humanists for interesting talks, discussion, socialising and much more. Membership of the Humanist Society Scotland entitles you to attend their meetings, film nights, debates and social occasions.
Sunday from : 1900 to 2100 Monthly
|Inverness : Inverness Petanque Club, Queens Park Petanque Piste
(10 of 16)
|Boules are available.
New members are very welcome.
Sunday from : 1400 to 1700 Weekly
|Inverness : Merkinch Men's Shed, Sea Scouts Hall
(11 of 16)
|If you're at a loose end, why not come along and see what we're about.
Please note new venue..
Sunday from : 1400 to 1600 Weekly
|Inverness : Senior Citizens Lunch, The Royal Highland Hotel
(12 of 16)
|Our over 60's lunch club held at the Royal Highland Hotel is organised by The Caring and Sharing shops.
We have a menu of two choices (such as beef stew and veg, or salmon in a sauce and veg followed by sticky toffee pudding or cheesecake.) Then tea & coffee is served.
We sit down to eat at 1 pm and we usually finish around 2:45 and we are open to anyone over 60. We meet in the ballroom and everyone is served.
Anyone who wants to come along has only to call on the Thursday before the Sunday on either contact number to book a place.
It is a really enjoyable occasion offering entertainment most Sundays, good food, friendship and is just a lovely experience.
New people are always welcome.
Just call contact number to book please and come along and join us.
Sunday from : 1200 to 1445 Monthly
|Inverness : The Great Glen Walking Club, University of the Highlands and Islands
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|Based in Inverness, our aim is to provide companionable walking for all through our exciting walks programme.
We meet once a week at weekends and visit all corners of the Scottish Highlands.
New members are very welcome - we pride ourselves in being a friendly club, and hope that you will find us so.
Sunday from : 0900 to 1800 Weekly
|Inverness : Inverness Orienteering Club, Various locations within 50 miles of Inverness
(14 of 16)
|Inverness Orienteering Club is the local club for the sport of orienteering in the Inverness area and much of highland Scotland. Orienteering clubs are mostly known by their abbreviations so we are mostly known as INVOC.
INVOC holds a range of orienteering events and activities each year, and members participate in orienteering events large and small both locally and further afield.
We also put on coaching activities and some social gatherings, and have club teams taking part in various team competitions.
Sunday from : 1000 to 1400 Weekly
|Inverness : Sunday Book Club, Waterstones Bookshop
(15 of 16)
|'Sunday Book Club' is a new initiative from the HighlandLIT, in collaboration with Waterstones' bookshop in the Eastgate Centre, Inverness.
If you're planning to attend the Book Club, you can purchase the chosen title at 25% discount from Waterstones, Inverness.
Sunday from : 1230 to 1500 Monthly
|North Kessock : Moray Firth Ringcraft Club, Village Hall
(16 of 16)
|Joining our club means you and your dog can become involved in all sorts of fun activities and enjoy a social life with other people who love dogs.
Sunday from : 1500 to 1700 Weekly