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Its old town, both medieval and Victorian, has turned into a modern and cosmopolitan area and boasts of a very dynamic arts scene.
Not to mention its booming international airport, which offers excellent connections with the European continent.
Discover Scotland, with its castles and highlands, its rolling hills covered with heather, its many lochs and glens.
The Highland Group of Tourette Scotland currently has 10 children and 10 adults who meet monthly in the Inverness area.
In the winter they gather at Roller Bowl where it is so noisy and busy that no one notices any unusual behaviour, and during the summer months they enjoy visits to Landmark and the Black Isle Wild Life Park.
The Hay family from the Highland group recently raised £460 for their group by taking part in a sponsored walk. The next Highland Support Group meeting will be on Sunday 21st April 2013, at The Black Isle Wildlife Park, Inverness. They have already decided to book again for next year.