Caithness Community Partnership - Next Meeting Castletown 9th May 2018
11th April 2018
The next Community Partnership meeting is on the 9th May from 4pm - 6pm in Castletown (venue yet to be confirmed) and all members of the public are invited to attend. This will be a workshop style event and will be of particular interest to those living and working in the Castletown area as the locality plan covering that area will be discussed in a bit of detail.
Community Planning is described by the Scottish Government as ‘a process which helps public agencies to work together with the community to plan and deliver better services which make a real difference to people's lives'. The partnership is required to develop locality plans for areas where there are identified poorer outcomes.
It is important that the Voluntary sector has its say so come along if possible and forward this e-mail to anyone you think might be interested. Any questions please do ask.
Caithness Community Partnership Web Pages
Senior Development Officer
Caithness Voluntary Group
Budget cuts are now hitting the voluntary third sector in Caithness and the rest of Highland. Caithness Voluntary Group is member of the Highland Third Sector Interface (HTSI) and they have been informed of a 13% cut in funding.
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See the Spring Newsletter from the volunteering section of Caithness Voluntary Group HERE HERE HERE.
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