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Contribute to Inverness Castle project


By Andrew Dixon

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Storyboards are displayed on hoardings at Inverness Castle.
Storyboards are displayed on hoardings at Inverness Castle.

Highlanders can help shape the creative content within the new-look Inverness Castle as work continues to transform it into an open tourist attraction.

People can have their say by contributing to the Spirit: Autobiography A to Z, which allows everyone with access to social media to contribute one word that best captures the spirit of the Highlands for them personally.

The word can be submitted through the Spirit of the Highlands Facebook page or Twitter feed, and there are no limits to the number of words you can suggest for any particular letter of the alphabet.

Fiona Hampton, director of the Inverness Castle – Spirit of the Highlands project, said: “As well as the online A to Z, everyone and anyone who knows and loves the Highlands is encouraged to get involved and contribute a story about what sums up the ‘Spirit of the Highlands’ for them.

“These stories will then form the basis of content online and within the transformed castle building that will encourage people to visit and to explore the Highlands and to find out more about our extraordinary and unique area.

“By sharing these stories, people around the world will see the incredible variety and diversity of the Highlands.”

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