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A COMMUNITY IN THE CAIRNGORMS

DULNAIN BRIDGE

Welcome to Dulnain Bridge Community website

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Dulnain Bridge is a small community of nearly 500 people in the Highlands of Scotland. The community is centred around the River Dulnain which passes through the village in a deep gorge. The village gets its name from the high single arched bridge which carries the road north-south, now by-passed .


Often known affectionately as 'Dulnain', the part of the village on the northern side of the bridge is in Morayshire, whereas the community on the south side is in Inverness-shire.


Originally called Bridge of Curr and sometimes Dulnaan Bridge before the modern and now official name.


Click on the link below to see the Calendar of Events. All local events are listed together with those in the Cairngorm National Park. Follow the link to submit a request for any events which you would like listed.

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WHAT’S ON

The communities of Dulnain Bridge and Skye of Curr are regarded as one community. There are various clubs and local community events, which you can find out more by following the link below.

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COMMUNITY

Dulnain Bridge and Skye of Curr has a range of accommodation available should you want to stay overnight or longer. Click on the link below to get more information and to book your stay.

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WHERE TO STAY

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