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. Mull and Iona Community Trust takes pride in working with many external organisations and crucially within 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. 


An Roth corner view

An Roth Community Enterprise Centre, Craignure


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Spring 2016 Newsletter

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Nice piece on BBC Alba An La tonight about the Skiffs rowing 90 miles all the way around Mull. It starts at 16 minutes 44 seconds. 44 miles achieved so far of the 90 miles. Fantastic achievement in around 12 hours.... The target is to beat Nick Turnbulls time of 27 1/2 hours which he set 11 years ago.
PLEASE Make a donation towards the cost of resurfacing the Dervaig sports pitch here Dervaig sports pitch resurfacing project
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The Ulva Ferry Development Office is looking for pontoon assistants to help with relief cover for the Pontoon Manager over the summer months. This can be just a few hours a week - or more. Full training will be provided including training from Tobermory based Hebridean Sea School. A short range VHF marine radio course is being organised shortly. If you live in the Ulva Ferry area - or even further afield - and want to be involved in the community-run pontoon, please get in touch. School leavers and senior pupils are also encouraged to get involved. Please contact Mark or Cally for further details 01688 500 056 or 07795 177 571; ... See MoreSee Less

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