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    Ormlie Community - Easter ProgrammeThumbnail for article : Ormlie Community - Easter Programme
    A few activities for young children and the family at Easter from Ormlie Community Association.   Monday 13th to Thursday 16th april 2015..  
    28/3/2015
    Caithness CAB, Ormlie Community Association and Pulteneytown People's Project Gain FundingThumbnail for article : Caithness CAB, Ormlie Community Association and Pulteneytown People's Project Gain Funding
    197 projects to tackle inequalities across Scotland.   Caithness CAB and Pulteneytown People's Project are among the recipients of the grants.  
    10/7/2014
    Summer Programme at OrmlieThumbnail for article : Summer Programme at Ormlie
    If the kids are looking for things to do then take look at the Ormlie Summer Programme.  
    22/6/2014
    HomeStart Caithness - Newsletter Spring/SummerThumbnail for article : HomeStart Caithness - Newsletter Spring/Summer
    The latest newsletter from HomeStart Caithness gives updates on what has been happening to the groups in the past few months.   To read the news letter Click HERE.  
    20/2/2014
    NOSCA’s New School Run Car FleetThumbnail for article : NOSCA’s New School Run Car Fleet
    For families living, working or training in the Far North of Scotland, access to quality childcare can be a major barrier.  NOSCA has spent many years building a strong service here in Caithness, operating a range of childcare solutions regulated by the Care Inspectorate including out-of-school care, daycare, pre-school education, breakfast clubs, toddler groups and crèches.  
    23/1/2014
    New Year: new challenges? Thumbnail for article : New Year: new challenges?
    Home-Start Caithness is currently recruiting Home-Visiting volunteers to provide families with one-to-one support.  If you are looking for a new challenge this year, why not invest two hours a week of your time and make a lasting difference to a local family.  
    4/10/2013
    Trustees Week Is Coming - You Can Help A Caithness Group
    Trustees Week is running from 4th November to 10th Novermber 2013 to highlight the valuable contribition people who join the boards of charity groups make to their communities.   Trustees and directors of the boards of thousands of local charities make it possible for charities to run legally.  
    18/9/2013
    Busy Bees Revamped Outdoor Play AreaThumbnail for article : Busy Bees Revamped Outdoor Play Area
    Nursery children at Bower Busy Bees are thoroughly enjoying the recent revamp of their outdoor play area.  The Highland Council Community Payback, under the management of Rodney Brass, painted the wooden fence, furniture and play equipment within the nursery garden ready for the children returning from the school holidays.  
    27/6/2013
    HomeStart Caithness Gain Volunteer Friendly AwardThumbnail for article : HomeStart Caithness Gain Volunteer Friendly Award
    Home Start Caithness were presented with a Volunteer Friendly Award at a gathering in Thurso recently.   Lord Lieutenant of Caithness, Anne Dunnet presented the award to Home-Start Caithness staff, Rachel & Dorothy and Linda who is one of the volunteers that visit families..  
    24/5/2013
    A Short Video To Tell You About HomeStartThumbnail for article : A Short Video To Tell You About HomeStart
    This short video teels you what Home Start Caithness does.   HomeStart Caithness has been around for a few years and should not be confused with HomeAid another Caithness group doing entirely different things in the community.