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25/9/2020
Does Your Group Need Help To Hold Meetings Online?Thumbnail for article : Does Your Group Need Help To Hold Meetings Online?
Message From Alan Tait at Caithness Voluntary Group.   Sadly it seems that the Covid -19 restrictions are going to be with us by the looks of it over the winter I know a lot of groups were in abeyance since March but were starting to think about getting activities going again.  
23/9/2020
Caithness Community Groups See Investment Of Over £150k In Latest Funding RoundThumbnail for article : Caithness Community Groups See Investment Of Over £150k In Latest Funding Round
Seven community projects are to benefit from over £150k of funding following the Caithness & North Sutherland Fund's latest grant awards.   CNSFund Chairperson David Glass said "Our latest grant investments will enable community groups to deliver a wide range of improvements to benefit people living in Caithness & North Sutherland.  
23/9/2020
Caithness Community Groups See Investment Of Over £150k In Latest Funding RoundThumbnail for article : Caithness Community Groups See Investment Of Over £150k In Latest Funding Round
Seven community projects are to benefit from over £150k of funding following the Caithness & North Sutherland Fund's latest grant awards.   CNSFund Chairperson David Glass said "Our latest grant investments will enable community groups to deliver a wide range of improvements to benefit people living in Caithness & North Sutherland.  
27/8/2020
New Signs For John OGroat TrailThumbnail for article : New Signs For John OGroat Trail
The John o' Groats Brewery has provided signs to mark the start/finish of the John o' Groats Trail just outside the brewery location near the harbour in the village.   The John o' Groats Trail is a charitable project to develop a coastal trail in Caithness and Sutherland with additional links in Easter Ross to connect to Inverness, allowing a continuous trail walk to or from as far away as Land's End.  
12/8/2020
Caithness Voluntary Group Funding Update August 2020
Thanks to Yvonne at Caithness Voluntary Group for putting together a few funding suggestions that may be of interest to local groups.   Comic Relief Changemakers Fund The themes for this Fund are, Children Survive & Thrive, Gender Justice, Safe Place to Be - Homelessness, Safe Place to Be - Migration, Global Mental Health.  
29/6/2020
Two Wick Buildings To Finally Be Demolished and The Sites Taken Over By Wick Development TrustThumbnail for article : Two Wick Buildings To Finally Be Demolished and The Sites Taken Over By Wick Development Trust
Two prominent derelict buildings in Wick High Street are to be demolished following decades lying empty.  Numbers 30 and 126 (known locally as Dominoes (the former cinema) and Sloans are to benefit from demolition and site clearance, before ownership is returned to the local community.  
Caithness Voluntary Group Awarded £200,000
Eleven community organisations in the Highlands and Islands have been awarded a total of £1.5m to develop and deliver long-term solutions to tackle poverty based on local priorities and needs The Aspiring Communities Fund, which levers in European Social Funds, was launched by the Scottish Government in 2017 to help reduce poverty and enable inclusive growth in disadvantaged and fragile communities across Scotland.   Regional development agency, Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE), helped community organisations in the region to apply to this recent round of funding.  
Wick Galas Gone Past - The Big GalleryThumbnail for article : Wick Galas Gone  Past - The Big Gallery
With Rainy Lockdown Days at the moment and no galas this year and with time on our hands we have put together thousands of the Wick Gala photos from 2002 to 2019 in one huge gallery for everyone to look back.   You can scroll through all the years or go to the drop down menu at the bottom to jump to any one year.  
Charities Active In Countering The Impact Of Covid-19Thumbnail for article : Charities Active In Countering The Impact Of Covid-19
The Scottish Charity Regulator (OSCR) has today published the findings of research into the impact of COVID-19 on Scotland's charities.   On 05 May 2020, OSCR emailed the principal contacts of all Scottish charities to ask for their help with completing a short survey.  
Log Sales Recommence At Dunnet ForestThumbnail for article : Log Sales Recommence At Dunnet Forest
From Dunnet Forestry Trust.   Exciting news - Log sales are back from this weekend 6th June 2020.