Coastal boat tours operating from Lochinver Marina from April to September.
AOS's Kirsty MacLeod has been Secretary/Treasurer to the group since 2004, during a period of major change in land ownership and closer scrutiny of land management.
Kirsty was appointed as Secretary of the group in 2018
WSFT is a registered charity established in 1996 to maintain and restore native fish populations. Assynt Office Services provides payroll and bookkeeping services.
Luxury 5 star self catering accommodation with stunning views over Lochinver and the mountains beyond. Assynt Office Services manages bookings and enquiries, as well as the payroll. The Hideaway, a luxury lochside studio, is a new addition.
Award winning small hotel in Lochinver. AOS provides PR & marketing services, website management and general administrative support.
Welcoming lochside dining pub located where the river Inver meets the sea.
AOS provides PR & marketing services, including website management.
North Assynt Estate was purchased by the crofters in what was the pioneering community land buy-out in 1993. AOS provided crofting administration services for a number of years, and continues to manage the payroll. Kirsty also set up the new website.
Community Sports, Youth and Learning Centre in Lochinver. A business and registered charity, run for the community by the community.
Kirsty was a Director and Treasurer of Assynt Leisure Ltd from 2015-2018, and continues to assist with accounts and workplace pension.
Community run organisation providing local transport and day trips with their own minibus. AOS set up the website, now managed by Connect Assynt.
AOS assisted naturalist, ancient woodlands expert and writer Robin Noble with proofreading, editing and layout of his Castles in the Mist : The Victorian transformation of the Highlands, recently nominated for the Saltire Award, and his more recent book Sagas in Salt & Stone: Orkney Unwrapped.
A unique community partnership project which aims to bring environmental and economic benefits to the Coigach and Assynt region of north west Scotland. Assynt Office Services has previously provided research, editing and proofreading services.
Established in advance of the community land buy-out of the Glencanisp and Drumrunie Estates in 2005. AOS was involved in the initial community consultation and various research projects following the buy-out.
Useful website with information on where to stay, where to eat and what to do in Assynt.
With workshops in Lochinver and Ullapool, this renowned pottery offers handmade giftware, tableware and cookware, and bespoke tile panels. Kirsty works here part-time as an assembler, mainly working with cups, jugs and teapots, as well as assisting with newsletters and Data Protection.
Hidden history on the shores of Loch Assynt - Ardvreck Castle, Calda House, Inchnadamph Church - and the Broch on the shore at Clachtoll.