Planning your Highland getaway? Check out ‘What’s on in June’ in Dornoch

The long days are stretching out as we approach the summer solstice – time for three rounds of golf in a day! After a break of 22 years, the PGA Northern Open returns to Royal Dornoch, currently rated the #1 course in Scotland. Spectators are welcome and entry is free, so do come and watch some great golf 21-24 June. Our 5 star Historylinks museum is now open seven days a week from 10 am until 4 pm, with interesting and interactive displays – ideal for children. The Fisherfolk Festival in Balintore celebrates the history & heritage of the Seaboard Villages, 24-26 June .

The Dornoch Pipe Band plays every Saturday in the Square from 8 pm – 9 pm and includes a Highland Dancing display – not to be missed. The monthly community market takes place on Wednesday  8 June from 9:30 am – 1 pm with 28 stalls selling local produce, arts and crafts. There is music at venues in and near Dornoch to suit all tastes – Jazz in the Village on 4 June, Budapest Cafe Orchestra on 11 June, Northern Lights, Musick Fyne in Dornoch Cathedral on 14 June  and a Ceilidh on 24 June.

Get out in the open air to enjoy pony rides,  the Captain’s Mixed foursome golf at Royal Dornoch on 5 June, a guided walk on Struie Hill on 16 June, find out about ‘Gaelic in the Woods’ in Ledmore & Migdale on 18 June, or join in 5k or 10k Fun Run at Berridale on 12 June.

For local arts and crafts, don’t miss the last few days of The Dornoch Gallery and be sure to visit ‘Room with a View’ art exhibition

Please see here for a full programme of events