Gloria Brenton (left)
who is now the new owner of the
Isle of Skye Painting
by Jean Watson
Linda Finnie (Games President & Events Coordinator) presented it to Gloria at her home last week.
Dunvegan Castle has been the home of the McLeod Family for over 800 years.
It contains some pretty amazing artifacts:
A lock of Bonnie Prince Charlie's hair
Sir Rory Mor's Drinking Horn
to name a few.
It has also been the setting for various movies including
Maid of Honor
Our Games are entirely run by volunteers who fund-raise throughout the year in order to pay for services required to continue to make this event the 'Best Games in the Maritimes'
The games supports local businesses, musicians, athletes, children & more... help us continue to provide this event by attending our fundraisers and the games themselves or by sponsoring one of the Games events.
We appreciate all contributions no matter how BIG or small.
If you are interested in purchasing a Colchester Nova Scotia limited edition item please contact us here
For the first time in Colchester - A fundraising escapade!
Voted Best Games in the Maritimes 2017 by the
Federation of Scottish Culture
Volunteer to be a part of history
Together we can put Colchester on the map
To find out dates of our New Volunteer Meeting
Proud sponsors of the Tatamagouche Road Train at the Highland Games
ColchesterHighland Games & Gathering were pleased to have the Tatamagouche Road Train at the 2018 event.
Sponsored by Hollis Ford of Truro the train ran on a continuous loop between downtown and the games.
Would you like to see your name or company's name
on the side of the Maritime Championship Caber?
On a banner on our live music stage?
On some of our athletes or volunteer T shirts?
Get mentioned throughout the day during the games?
Be in our programme?
Be on our field posters?
The Colchester Highland Games & Gathering will bring much needed
tourism, business & prestige to our county.
Alternatively, Please come along and support one of our fundraising Events.