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This new project has a focus on empowering migrants and refugees to speak out and seek support.
Building on the findings from Birchwood Highland's 'Migrant Matters' research, this project will seek to fulfil the need for support services to be enduring, community based and community led.
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Duane is such an inspirational speaker and very giving with his knowledge and experience.
With this in mind we have scheduled Duane in to visit as many schools as we possibly can as well as hosting two public events where everyone is welcome to attend" The safety of children walking and cycling to and from school and traffic calming measures in Wick were under the spotlight at yesterdays meeting of the Caithness Committee (Wednesday 21 February 2018).
The team from CHAT each took different elements of health concerns in Caithness to present to those present.
Much to the surprise to CHAT the meeting had grown somewhat.
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You are of course welcome and encouraged to come and meet them in person.
The project is looking for volunteers in several partsof Highland including Wick.
Norscot, the Highlands and Islands manufacturer of timber frame kits, windows and doors, received the Innovation of the Year Award at the prestigious Scottish Knowledge Exchange Awards 2018.
Thurso Players - One of our ex members - Brett Murray is returning to the Mill Theatre with his film showing.
The film is around an hour and a half long and will be screened on Saturday 10th March (Postponed from 3rd March), followed by a question and answer session and refreshments will be available.