Welcome to the website of the Àrainn Shuaineirt Management Committee
Governing the Sunart Centre for the communities of
Sunart, Ardgour, Morvern, Moidart and Ardnamurchan

Situated in Strontian the Sunart Centre offers a wide range of opportunities
for all ages and interests 

 We are busy programming our arts events for 2016, and a series of winter talks and workshops.
Full details of confirmed events are on our EVENTS CALENDAR 
or see Upcoming Events on the right
Our Senior Youth Club on Tuiesday nights has its last session on Tuesday 1st December.
Our Junior Activity Nights on Thursdays continues through to Thursday 17th December, as does our Gymnastics (see NEWS on the right).

For full details of regular events, excercise classes etc. CLICK HERE


We are grateful to Creative Scotland for providing funding through their Open Project Fund for the next 18 months (to March 2017) for our arts programme. Thanks to this we will be programming lots of exciting events and workshops, so please keep visiting.

We programme throughout the year, so watch this space, join us on Facebook or ask to be added to our Mailing List

See our EVENTS CALENDAR for information on coming and past events

For more events in the area see Glenuig Hall - 24 miles from the Sunart Centre.

The Sunart Centre is managed on behalf of
High Life Highland and the Àrainn Shuaineirt Management Committee
by Centre Manager Eoghan Carmichael

See our CONTACT US page to get in touch.

The Sunart Centre Arts Programme is provided by the
Àrainn Shuaineirt Management Committee
with support from
High Life Highland, The Highland Council
The National Lottery through Creative Scotland

Ardnamurchan High SchoolOur partner in the building and in spirit.
Ardnamurchan.comLocal accommodation and things to do
Glenuig HallVisiting the area? Check the website of Glenuig Hall to see what else is on during your visit.
High Life HighlandThe Sunart Centre is managed and funded by High Life Highland in partnership with our Management Committee
Moidart.comWelcome to Moidart, Ardnamurchan and The Rough Bounds