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    Second CVG Covid-19 Funding Update April 2020
    RURAL community groups helping locals counter the effects of isolation as the coronavirus lockdown continues are now being offered financial support from The Prince's Countryside Fund.  The charity is inviting applications for emergency funding of up to £2500.  
    Covid-19 Funding Update For Community Groups April 2020
    Funding has become available for community organisations that are setting up support for vulnerable people during the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.   The National Emergencies Trust Fund is now open for applications.  
    27/3/2020
    John O'Groats Trail Spring 2020 NewsletterThumbnail for article : John O'Groats Trail Spring 2020 Newsletter
    News vol 6 no 1: Spring Update 2019 was a big year for the JOGT.   Numbers on the trail were way up, and a pilot ranger programme was a success.  
    18/3/2020
    A group for Third Sector managers to share information and ideas in light of COVID-19
    Highland Third Sector Interface have set up a new facebook page for Managers in the Sector in Highland, the link is here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/821385825048384/about/ I appreciate that there might be a few different pages getting set up but perhaps if you want to join this one we can keep in touch both in Caithness and with what other similar organisations in the Highlands are doing.   Alan Tait Caithness Voluntary Group.  
    17/3/2020
    Caithness Voluntary Group Coronavirus Message
    The voluntary sector will doubtless play a huge part in supporting the vulnerable in the current crises and Caithness Voluntary Group will continue to provide support but for the time being will be working slightly differently.   Until further notice Telford House will be closed to all visitors .  
    16/3/2020
    Cancellation of All of Caithness International Science Festival Events
    Unfortunately the Science Festival organisers have received the latest news from the Highland council in face of the evolving Coronavirus crisis.   "In line with national guidance, the Council has moved from containment to delay.  
    Caithness Interneational Science Festival 2020Thumbnail for article : Caithness Interneational Science Festival 2020
    Caithness International Science Festival 2020 will run from Monday 2nd - Saturday 21st March and includes a public and schools programme, culminating in the Family Fun Day.  Attendees can expect to hear about space exploration, virtual reality, climate change, future fuels, exotic animals, robotics and much more at these exciting and interactive events.  
    15/2/2020
    Caithness Field Club Winter programme 2019 - 20 February - April
    Saturday 22nd February: A walk led by Sharon Pottinger around her patch.   It's about 6 miles, mainly on by-roads, so bring a pack lunch.  
    11/2/2020
    Thurso Grows Spring Open DayThumbnail for article : Thurso Grows Spring Open Day
    Thurso Grows, a climate change project run by Thurso Community Development Trust and funded by Climate Challenge Scotland, is holding an open day at Thurso Grows Community Garden.   The project has turned the garden in Falconer Waters Court into a vibrant growing space and are planning further development and expansion throughout this year.  
    30/1/2020
    The Future of NHS Highland Funding to Third Sector Groups Under Review
    As some of you might be aware the level and extent of funding by NHS Highland to third sector organisations has been under review for quite some time.   In a couple of weeks David Park the chief officer of NHSH is coming up to Caithness to have a short meeting with some of the current organisations who do receive funding and hopefully explain how the review is going.