Willd flower Meadow Mosaic Project At ThursoSee poster for details..
Wild Flower Meadow Sowing At LybsterSee poster for details..
Wild Flower Afternoon In WickSee poster for details..
Highland Green Health Small Grant Fund Is Now Open For ApplicationsThe Highland Green Health Partnership is delighted to announce the 2023 Highland Green Health Small Grant Fund is now open for applications. The Aim of this year's grant is to contribute towards sustained green health action across Highland.
Earth Hour At Seadrift Centre Dunnet - Saturday 25 MarchSee poster for details..
Calling Young People - Meeting Points: Scottish Youth Theatre Workshop New Theatre With Local Young PeopleFor two weeks in March, Scottish Youth Theatre will be touring the North and North East of Scotland, bringing a van load of new performances, workshops and creative professionals to schools and colleges. Encounters is a new touring project offering free workshops to local young people and the chance to see a range of innovative performances by fellow young artists.
Quiz Night In ThursoSee poster for details..
Volunteer Work Day At St John's PoolSee poster for details..
Wick Players Looking For Help With Young PeopleTowards the end of last year, we began a series of new youth nights dedicated to youngsters called "3, 2,1 ACT!". These nights started off as a great success having around 15-20 kids attending each week ranging in age from 11 to 18.
Workshops on Energy Bill And Transport CostsSee poster for details..
Noss Primary School Chinese New Year In P1 At Noss Primary School In WickLots of classes have been learning about Chinese New Year recently. The children in P1R tasted rice and prawn crackers and practised using chopsticks.
Free Drama Workshop At Wick PlayersAs you may know, the SCDA Caithness District Drama Festival of One-Act Plays is being hosted by Wick this year and will be held in Wick Assembly Rooms on Saturday 25th February 2023 (Poster attached for details). This year's festival is being adjudicated by Mr Dave Bennet, who has been involved with theatre for nearly fifty years directing and acting in all types of productions.
Whisky With A Nod To BurnsWant something to look forward to in January? Book a ticket to our 'Whisky with a nod to Burns' evening on Saturday 28th Jan, 6:30pm. 8 Doors Distillery, John O'Groats.
John O'groats Mill Trust Receives £1.5million From An Investment In Scotland's Neighbourhoods By Scottish GovernmentRegeneration projects in disadvantaged and rural communities across Scotland will receive a share of almost £27 million funding. The investment will support schemes tackling child poverty and addressing issues like addiction and suicide prevention, while creating jobs and growing local economies.
Become a Board Member of PPPSee poster for details..
High Life Highland support for people with type 2 diabetesA new programme called Live It Highland is being provided by High Life Highland in partnership with NHS Highland to support people affected by type 2 diabetes. The programme is facilitated by members of the High Life Highland team, sessions are either face-to-face in various community locations or online.
New Podcast Series To Highlight Research Opportunities For People With Parkinson's In The North Of ScotlandPeople who live with Parkinson's in the north of Scotland can find out more about research on the condition being carried out in the region through a new series of podcasts produced by the North of Scotland Parkinson's Research Interest Group. Created with the aim of increasing awareness and involvement in research, the podcast series, launched this week, highlights the breadth of Parkinson's research taking place across Scotland.
Voluntary Groups Like Businesses Are Feeling The Cost Of Living PainTwo stories featuring on BBC News Scotland show that voluntary groups like businesses are feeling the cost of living pain. Caithness voluntary groups and charities that have staff and premises have seen their costs rise.
Is Veganuary Bad For You? A Nutritionist Explains Why Plant-based Diets Need Proper PlanningVeganuary is upon us again, with thousands of people around the world giving up animal products for the month of January. The movement, which encourages people to follow a vegan lifestyle, started in 2014 and has grown rapidly since, with 629,000 people from 228 countries taking part in 2022.