Mull and Iona Community Trust is a dedicated and passionate locally based organisation focussed on improving the quality of life for the residents of Mull and Iona. With a long track record of delivering successful community development projects addressing problems of geographic isolation and economic and social exclusion in remote and rural communities MICT takes pride in working with many external organisations and crucially with our own community.
Our values are to be Open, Democratic, Accountable and Enterprising.
Membership of the trust is open to every resident on the islands of Mull and Iona. Members are welcome to attend our board meetings.
Our Vision is to be Influential, respected and sustainable
Working closely with other organisations we strive to make a positive contribution to community developments and with social enterprise projects to become less reliant on grant income.
Our Strategy is working together to unlock the potential of our islands
We strive to work in partnership with other community groups, local government, national government and non governmental organisations to maximise the benefits for all our residents and visitors alike.
To find out the latest news on our Hydro project at Garmony click here
To find out forthcoming events on the isle of Mull and Iona click here
Also, see the Round and About website for their diary of events – click here
ULVA FERRY COMMUNITY BUS DRIVER/CO-ORDINATOR AND DRIVERS WANTED Up to 40 hours per week May to October, up to 20 hours per week November to April. £9 per hour From late May 2015, the Ulva Ferry Community Bus will be running a regular service for locals and visitors along the west coast of Mull (route […]
**Places Still Available But Filling Fast: Training Courses @ An Roth, Craignure** Scottish Certificate for Personal Licence Holders: 10th March REHIS Elementary Food Hygiene: 11th March REHIS Elementary Health & Safety: 12th March REHIS Safe Manual Handling Awareness: 12th March These are all courses businesses need to comply with insurance requirements and health and safety […]