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Joiners Required IBI Joiners Ltd are currently looking for joiners for projects in Inverness and surrounding areas . Preferably self employed but will not rule out the possibilty of being taken on the books. Own van and tools essential. Contact Brian on 07753838237 for more details.
Well done to our boy Grizz winning his fight and Boxer of the night!
Good luck to our very own Graeme Anderson tonight with his fight! Good luck to all the boxers tonight!
Hello I wondered if you had an email address please?
Pleasure to meet Gregor Mundie at The Archie Foundation, Inverness hospital
Detached house in Croy completed and sold by IBI Joiners and Charles Macphee Builders. Two 3 bedroom, semi detached houses still for sale £225,000.00 in this attractive Croy development. Due for completion in July 15.
More Nostie photos courtesy of John Grant (JJ) using his quad copter.
All the very best chaps for xmas and indeed 2015
IBI JOINERS LTD ARE PROUD SPONSORS OF GARY CORNISH
Only one remaining. Semi-detached house in Croy completed and sold by IBI Joiners and Charles Macphee Builders. 3 bedroom, semi detached house for sale £225,000.00 in this attractive Croy development. Immediate entry.
Kilt on Kili as Brian takes first steps to top of Africa Written byVal Sweeney Brian Innes meets young patient Gregor Mundie. Director of IBI Joiners, Brian Innes is preparing to don tartan – and thermals – when he tackles Africa’s highest mountain next month to help develop a world-class children’s department at Raigmore Hospital. The 33-year-old will scale Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania in his kilt in a bid to raise £10,000 for the Highland Children’s Unit Appeal, launched by the ARCHIE Foundation in conjunction with The Inverness Courier. He is part of a five-strong Inverness group of pals taking on the 5895 metre-high mountain to raise money for different charities. "It is the first time I have done anything like this," said Mr Innes, of Culloden Moor. "I am a bit concerned about the altitude and the temperatures which could be minus 18 to 20. I think thermals will be a must!" Mr Innes and his wife have two children, aged four and eight. "We are lucky that our children have always had good health so we have never had any experience of the children’s ward," he said. "But I knew about the ARCHIE Foundation and I think it does a lot of great work. It is a really good cause." The foundation aims to raise £2 million to create a more child-centred and family-friendly department for children. It is now £250,000 short of the target. Mr Innes is grateful to everyone who is sponsoring his fundraising venture and so far has secured £8300. "If anyone wants to help me reach the target, I will be delighted to hear from them,." he added. Before signing up to the challenge, Mr Innes had not really done any hillwalking. "I did Ben Nevis when I was about 17 or 18 years old for a sponsored walk but that was it," he said. As part of the training, however, he has climbed about 12 Munros. "I really enjoy it," he said. "It so hectic Mondays to Friday so it is a chance to get peace and quiet." He thanked Gym 300 in Merkinch which is helping him with training. Also taking part in the challenge, which is expected to take nine days, are Donald MacLennan, Graeme Anderson, Steven Ryles and Jamie Harkness. They are raising money for Poppyscotland, Highland Hospice, Diabetes UK and Pancreatic Cancer UK. In May, they held a dinner dance, including a three-course meal, a raffle, charity auction and entertainment, at the Drumossie Hotel, Inverness. The new children’s department involves the redevelopment and extension of the former ward 11 at Raigmore which was previously used for respiratory patients. Work has already started and the doors are expected to open in March.
IBI Joiners are proud to sponsor Gary and would like to congratulate him on his recent win
Recently finished project in Nostie, Kyle of Lochalsh. Compass Building and Construction were the main contractor, IBI Joiners the Joinery contractor.