STAY IN TOUCH
Catering . . .
Self serve coffee, tea, herbal tea and water will be supplied.
There are several take away restaurants (see map), Harry Gow Bakery serves sandwiches/rolls, and pies/pastries at lunchtime, there is a small supermarket a short walk away and a large Tescos back towards the town. Also there are also several of restaurants as you head back into the city.
Please note due to the venue's health & safety policy homemade packed meals are only allowed for Friday dinner & Saturday lunch/dinner. These are for personal consumption only.
Gluten-free options are available at the two Indian takeaways, both within a couple of minutes' walk of the church. They are the Curry Hoose and The Raj Tandoori takeaway.
A Co-op and Spar are within walking distance, as well as The Magic Wok Chinese take-away, Harry Gows Bakery, and Blacksmith’s Pub & Cantonese Restaurant/Takeaway.
A bit further away are the Snow Goose pub, Saffron Indian restauraunt and Culloden Moor Inn.
The Godfather fish & chip shop is just a few minutes drive away in Woodside village, and the Inverness retail park offer many other options for eating.
Information 2019 . . .
Below is the information to help you plan your Tabernacle time, including the draft timetable, catering options, parking, travel and accommodation. Please do get in touch with us if we can help with your planning
Friday 11th October 9.30am : Doors open , Tabernacle starts 10am
Saturday 12th October : Doors open 9.30am, Tabernacle starts 10am
Breaks: we aim to break between 12.30-3pm and 5-7pm for meals, however these times are flexible so bear that in mind. We plan to finish in the evenings around 9pm.
Parking is at the nearby Smithton Free Church (1 Murray Rd, Smithton, Inverness IV2 7YU)
Please DO NOT park in the Harry Gow's car park.
There is only parking for disabled drivers and Tabernacle team at Kings, sorry for any inconvience
TRAVELLING TO THE VENUE: Kings Inverness (called 'Kings Fellowship' on the maps) is in Smithton Industrial Estate, Smithton, Inverness IV2 7WL, At Harry Gow Bakery take a left and go along to the end of the road, the church is on the right and there are two car parks available on either side of the church building. (The car park on the left at the end of the road is private.)