Q&A Election Candidates Q2.

HERE for Caithness Question 2. The people of Caithness are facing a cost of living crisis what measures would you take to help support the most vulnerable particularly the elderly, disabled and young families. Thurso & Northwest Caithness Iain Gregory We face the worst cost of living crisis since the 1970’s. Locally, I will continueContinue reading “Q&A Election Candidates Q2.”

Q&A Election Candidates Q1.

HERE for Caithness We invited all candidates for the 2022 elections to respond to questions from the community, follow us over the coming days to see more responses… Question 1 – Over the last 5 years we have seen a massive decline in our local women’s health services. Caithness General used to have 2 gynaeContinue reading “Q&A Election Candidates Q1.”

HERE for Caithness – Community pop-up hub

The first of a series of events planned to help the local community in Caithness understand what community led support is available to them takes place at the end of this month. ‘Here for Caithness’ is a series of community pop-up hubs which will highlight all the ways in which your community can help you.Continue reading “HERE for Caithness – Community pop-up hub”

Funding Event

FUNDING INFORMATION EVENT Tuesday 26th April, there are two sessions, 10am-noon and 1.30pm-3.30pm Pulteney Centre, Wick There will be presentations from: Tesco Community Grants Beatrice Offshore Wind Farm Community Fund Foundation Scotland talking about local wind farm funds, Camster, Stroupster and other small funds Update on soon-to-be-launched Caithness Community Fund (funded by ScottishPower Renewables HalsaryContinue reading “Funding Event”