20th November 2019
A quick roundup of news and blog posts from around the web from members of the Chamber:
A charity promoting the archaeological landscape of Caithness has been awarded £180,000 towards the conservation of an important Iron Age broch.
Is your business or community group interested in premises within Wick town centre? Pop along to an open day at the old Woolworth’s building (84-86 High Street Wick) on Saturday 23rd November between 11am & 2pm to see inside the space and to express your initial interest.
SPP media Group is giving away a website worth £2,000 to a registered charity or a community organisation to help them on their digital journey.
Highland Council has released a safety bulletin on the use of socket covers which replaces the use of socket covers originally issued in 2016.
The Highland Council is currently in the process of developing a Food Growing Strategy for the Highlands, and is making a call to green-fingered Highland residents with an interest in “growing your own food.”
HIAL are pleased to advise that our talks to resolve the current Air Traffic Control dispute have progressed and Prospect will put a revised offer to their membership.
Local youngsters in the north have been offered an exciting insight into the world of journalism through the launch of a new community magazine.
Trainee Solicitor Gemma J shares her African Impact Project in Zambia
The Mackays Hotel team share some history and traditions around St. Andrew’s Day
All the latest from Scrabster Harbour Trust.
The Scottish Hydro Electric Community Trust is inviting applications for financial support to connect to the electricity network in the north of Scotland.
An update from SSE on offshore wind week and their projects across the UK.
The Clan Mackay Society is looking to recruit an Historian (or Seanachaidh) to its Council.
This is just a short roundup of stories we’ve spotted over the past week. We are always keen to promote good news and events on our members’ behalf, so contact us today if you’ve got something to share!