Which members of the Black Isle community are able to access your services?
We aim to help the elderly and vulnerable members of our Black Isle community.
How do I find the Black Isle Cares office?
We are located in the Black Isle Leisure Centre in Fortrose, in the first room to the right after the main entrance. Our address, contract details and a map can be found on our contact page.
When is the office open?
Our office is open from 9am-3pm on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
MEALS AT HOME
If I sign up to Meals at Home do I have to commit to receiving meals three days a week?
No - you can order meals on only the days suitable for you.
How do I pay for my meals?
Invoices are sent out at the end of each month.
How much do the meals cost?
We currently charge £2.50 for soup, £2.50 for a dessert and £3.50 for a main meal. Fish and chips cost £5. These prices match the amounts charged to Black Isle Cares by our meal providers and there is therefore no profit element included in our charges.
Are you able to cater for people with food allergies and other dietary requirements?
Yes - we liaise with our meal providers and are able to accommodate all dietary requirements.
I live in North Kessock. Am I able to have meals delivered to my home?
Yes. We currently deliver on a Wednesday to North Kessock, Munlochy and nearby locations.
How can I find out more information about the befriending service?
Please contact the office at 07548 343375 or via firstname.lastname@example.org.
When and where do the board game afternoons take place?
Board game afternoons take place weekly on Thursdays during school term time from 2-3:30pm, in the Fortrose Library.
Who can use the Sharing Shed?
The sharing shed is available for anyone in the community to use. Please feel free to both take from and donate to the Shed.