Easy Way To Help John O'Groats Mill If you shop at Coop
26th November 2019
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.
But we've just been offered a helping hand.
We're so delighted to have been selected to benefit from the
'Co-op Local Community Fund'.
Basically, the Mill can get 1% from the sales of selected own brand goods for nearly a whole year - until 24th Oct 2020 to be precise! This could easily build up to a four figure sum.
We just need you fine folk to chose The Mill as your local cause.
Follow the link below where you can sign-in (if you are already a member) or register to become a Co-op member. From there you need to select The Mill as your local cause in order for us to benefit.
Sign In/Register here
The more the merrier, so please ask your families & friends to take part.
Thank you everyone.
JOG Mill Trust
SSE Renewables has awarded more than £1.5 million to 20 ‘transformational' projects across the Highlands. It comes in a bid to help communities respond to the climate emergency, with the projects ranging from decarbonising heat in community facilities in Golspie to the creation of active travel routes in Skye.
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The John O'Groats Mill Trust has won a £1,000 Movement for Good award thanks to nominations from the public. The John O'Groats Mill Trust was nominated to win a £1,000 boost as part of specialist insurer [url=https://www.ecclesiastical.com/movement-for-good/1000-winners/]Ecclesiastical's Movement for Good awards[/url] , which is giving £1million to charities this summer.
OVER £500,000 FOR FOUR COMMUNITY OWNERSHIP PROJECTS. A sports hall in Easterhouse, a disused mill in John O'Groats, an area of amenity land in Strathpeffer and a stretch of foreshore on the Isle of Skye will soon be in the hands of local people as four community groups receive financial support from the Scottish Land Fund. Announcement of the grants was made by Minister, Cabinet Secretary for Land Reform, Roseanna Cunningham.