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About Region

Highlands & Islands Region consists of 5 Intergroups:
Argyll, Inverness & District, Lochaber, Moray & District and Western Isles

The aims of Region are:
- To promote communication and cooperation between neighbouring intergroups, thus implementing our Tradition of Unity and creating service boards or committees where needed 
- To ensure that areas within Highlands & Islands that are sparsely served by the Fellowship do not remain isolated, but become part of Region's responsibility 
- To share intergroup experience in the field of co-operation with outside agencies, prisons, health services, schools, social services, alcohol abuse agencies, churches, courts, probation service (Criminal Justice Services in Scotland), industry and employment agencies, also any other appropriate institutions and areas of society 
- To increase opportunity for members to participate in our Third Legacy of Service 
- To enable members with particular experience to serve a wider area

The Regional Assembly is the body formed to achieve these aims and is composed of :
- Up to three elected representatives from each Intergroup Assembly
- Regional Officers as follows:
Chair, Vice-chair, Secretary, Treasurer (The Executive)
plus Liaison Officers from the following service areas:
Public Information, Employment, Health, Prisons, Criminal Justice Services, Telephones, Roundabout, Electronic Communications, Armed Services, Young People
- Up to six Conference Delegates and 2 Alternate Delegates
- General Service Board Member
- Co-opted members (e.g. Archivist, Convention Convenor etc.)