Welcome to the Christmas Eve edition of emailSanta.com's Santa Snooper! Twas days before Christmas and at the North Pole, Santa was checking his Naughty / Nice scroll. The elves came a' running (as fast as they can).
* Bad á Cheò Wind Farm Education & Training Fund created to benefit residents. * First local beneficiaries to undertake qualifications in Kiltmaking and Accounting.
For some Christmas is seen as a time to spend time with friends and family, but for survivors of domestic abuse, it can be an extremely difficult time of year. It's too easy to think of domestic abuse as physical violence but it is very often so much more than that.
100 MILLION BRUSSEL SPROUTS AT RISK OF DUMPING THIS CHRISTMAS... LETS #SAVEOURSPROUTS.
Glasgow is home to the most festive street names Scotland has just under 100 festive street names Which Saint does Scotland love most? According to street names Right now, it may seem like everyone is in the festive spirit across the world, but how dedicated is Scotland to Christmas? Street names can be strange, fun and rude- but they can also be festive. As Christmas is around the corner, Sellhousefast.uk did some digging to find out which area in Scotland is home to the most festive street names.
* The Home Alone house was voted as having the most ideal Christmas setup by 83% of participants. * 23% of people believe The Nightmare Before Christmas house was an ideal Christmas set up.
Scotland's Coasts and Waters will be showcased in 2020 with a themed year designed to inspire both visitors and locals to explore and experience our unrivalled shores, rivers, lochs and waterways. Led by VisitScotland, the year aims to build on the momentum of previous themed years to celebrate and promote opportunities to experience and enjoy Scotland's fantastic coasts and waters, encouraging responsible engagement and participation.
Almost 50,000 children are already benefiting from an expansion of funded early learning and childcare. From August 2020, the amount of funded learning and care for three and four-year-olds, and eligible two-year-olds, is being nearly doubled from 600 hours a year to 1,140 hours.
Wednesday 18th December . 4.00pm..
Christmas 2019 winners and losers: Which gift is breaking records and which is out of the picture? The home delivery specialist ParcelHero has revealed which gift has soared to the top of its charts, and which present is no longer being snapped up - and the results may surprise you. Some Christmas gifts, from candles to festive jumpers, stay perennially popular; but others suddenly disappear from everyone's wish lists.
If you are planning a Christmas Shopping Trip to Inverness with the kids. The Highland Council has announced details of its free Inverness Common Good Fund sponsored Winter Wonderland event.
Members will be asked to approve a proposal to substantially increase the payment to foster carers at the meeting of Highland Council on Monday 9 December 2019. The new payment proposal recognises the valuable role of foster carers in providing a home and care for the most vulnerable children within their Highland community.
Caithness Rural Transport has a new eco-friendly addition to its fleet which is now up to 10 vehicles offering a transport service in Caithness. The new electric minibus is cleaner and greener.
Members of Wick Wheelers cycling cub have taken possession of a rickshaw-style Triotaxi. This came about through groups in Wick working together.
See poster for details and how to book..
Thurso Community Development Trust working in partnership with Lairg Learning Centre are intending to submit an initial project proposal to the new TNL Climate Action Fund to develop a project across Caithness and Sutherland which aims to change behaviours in our community in order to take action against Climate Change. We will be looking at various options including encouraging Zero Waste, Local Food Growing and Food Waste Minimisation to change behaviours in the face of the Climate Emergency.
Around 40% of charities have a 31 March financial year end, meaning that the deadline for filing their accounts is 31 December. This means that December is often a very busy time for us responding to queries from charities that need a little assistance and receiving submissions.
This year is our 25th toy appeal and we would really like it to be the best yet! We gave been totally taken aback by the generosity of the Caithness people over the years, the help we have received has been totally amazing and we really do appreciate it. Everything we collect is delivered to the local social work department who consult with other organisations to ensure that the gifts go to those most in need.
Hi all, As you know, to make the John O Groats Mill into the centre we all want it to be it needs funds. We made a lot of progress over the past year but we've still a bit to go.