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Caithness Help Groups Contacts

2nd May 2020

Photograph of Caithness Help Groups Contacts

From Caithness Voluntary Group who have coordinated the process to get the map.

Over the past 5 - 6 weeks I have been working with an absolutely tremendous group of individuals who are throughout the county working tirelessly to ensure everyone is looked after during this crises.

The attached map details all ten lead groups that have stepped up, well done everyone.

See map for details of which groups is offering assistance in which area of Caithness.

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