First of all I would like to thank every one who has bought the calendars, the profits going to the Applecross Community Company. Those sold in the local shop have been raising money for the Primary School as well. The Company has been quietly getting on with connecting around 100 people to AppleNet, Toilets going well, and the newly refurbished Filling Station performing as it should now, with prices only 10p more than TESCO’s, this coupled with the ongoing Energy Efficiency project that is trying to reduce the fuel bills in the community. All these project have business plans and are viable but only just and I have the impression that some do not understand that the Company still needs a stronger financial base which is the main thrust towards establishing the Hydro Project. These services have now become an integral part of the Community and the Company is always looking to improve services within the area, mobile services may be the next step along with wood fuel training and processing. Much more is needed for our future survival and the £1500+ that has been raised through calendar sales has been welcome. Judith at the Inn has kindly offered her card facilities for anyone wanting to pay and have calendars sent out by post. Either ring the Inn or the Schoolhouse for details. Post Office doing a special offer second class postage running into January. Monthly photos have been taken from the Applecrosslife Blog and I would like to thank every one who has read, shared, retweeted and commented on the Blog. It has been a little more political this year for obvious reasons but the intention is never to offend, differing views yes, but hopefully with respect. I would also like to thank Stewart Wright who has very kindly given us a special deal in printing as he is a strong believer in community ideals. A sample of months in the calendar.