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Wick High 1974 - 1980 Reunion Night Pictures

Halkirk Highland Games 2002 Pictures
Just a few pictures as we were busy trying to email pictures of visitors out from the games.


 

Tom Isaacs Walking UK Coast For Parkinsons
Tom Isaacs himself a Parkinsons sufferer has taken a year o9ut to walk right round the 4500 miles of the coast of Britain to raise funds to help find a cure for Parkinson's Disease.  He took a couple of hours off to visit Halkirk Highland Games on Saturday.  You can follow his progress on the web site Coastin
 

Scouts Back From Mini Jamboree At Blair Atholl
Six Scouts from Wick and Thurso have recently returned home after attending the Scottish International Jamborette at Blair Atholl which ran from July 15 to July 26.  All Scouts successfully completed 14 challenges and earned the "Challenge of the White Cockade".  As part of the international experience, the Caithness Scouts are billeting 1 Canadian and 3 Austrian Scouts during their visit. Blair Atholl Jamborette Web Site

East End V Thurso Youth Club Under 8s
East End 4 TYC 2.
East end Under 8s have now won 11 out of 11 games.  East End scorers were Saleem Ahmed and James Mackay.  Saleem is Easat End's top scorer.

Mini Highland Games - Wick

Wick Gala Scots Afternoon

Wick Gala Night 
Great Floats, Great Crowd, Great Night

 

Wick High Commercial class 1952 - 1956 Reunion

Wedding Of Ross Beveridge & Ruth McAdie

Caithness & Sutherland Quality Livestock
Something to shout about.  We always knew that far north animals were amongst the best in the world - raised in natural surroundings and fed on Highland grass.  So here is a wee web site to promote it.

ENTECH Web Site Launched by Scorrie Internet Services

Relic Of Battleship HMS Howe At Dounreay 

Quilter's Exhibition Until 3 August - Thurso Town Hall
Running for two weeks until 3 August - Mon - Sat 10.00am - 5.00pm and Sunday 12.00 - 4.00pm.    50p entry and a raffle is being run to win one of the beautiful quilts on display.  The proceeds will be donated to the new Caithness Renal Dialysis Unit.

New Building At Scrabster For Steven's Transport
D M Steven the well known Caithness transport operator is setting up new workshops and storage facilties at Scrabster near their current offices and yard.
 

Ready For Pipeline Float Out At Wester Yard

Wick/Thurso Lifeboats Exercise - RAF Rescue Helicopter

East End Under 8s Win !2 - 0 Against Lybster

Castletown Heritage Book "Flagstone Village" Now Available In Shops 18 July
Castletown Heritage Group have published a new book packed full of information about their town and the area.  The book is priced at 14.95 and is sure to be a reference guide for many years to come.  The book is available locally in newsagents or certain Post Offices - Castletown being one of them.   The book has had a limited print run so get your order in early.

Autogas (LPG) Comes To Caithness

Caithness & Sutherland Enterprise Report For June

Nursing Assistant Awards Presented By Malcolm Chisholm, Scottish Health Minister

Sports & Activities For Young People Summer 2002

Wick Pipe Band Fancy Dress Night

Latheron Show 2002

New Arts Development Officer For Caithness

Biodiverstiy Action Planning Comes To Caithness

New Arts Development Officer For Caithness

East End Boys Out Again
Under 8 team beat Thurso Pentland 4-2. This is the ninth league win on the trot for the unstoppable under8's. Salim Ahmed scored all 4 goals for East End.  The other shots are mixed U8, u10 and U12 just before boarding bus to return to Wick.

Countryside Volunteers Fix Dunbeath Trees

JGC Gains 2.2million Contract From UKAEA

What's Happening At Timespan, Helmsdale

Prince Charles Visits Caithness Creels
Prince Charles visited Caithness Creels in Wick  - a firm who have gone from strength to strength manufacturing creels and sending them out to local boats and all over Europe in ever larger numbers.  Prince Charles saw the whole process from start to finish as he toured the factory and chatted to most of the workers.  Queen's Recent Wick Visit
Royal Links

Pulteneytown People's Project Fun Day & Area Clean Up
A very successful Saturday afternoon saw a huge clean up of the burn area and surrounding grass areas with removal of all sorts of rubbish .  A fun day with barbecue , races and games followed


 

Castletown Gala 2002 Pictures

Wick Lifeboat Harbour Evening
What looked like an even bigger crowd than last year turned out on a lovely evening for the Wick Lifeboat Harbour Evening.  Incredibly well stocked stalls were deluged with customers in the fish market.  The raft race got off to a cracking start but the favourites in a very fast raft got into difficulties and turned over with a strong fire brigade team taking the first position.  Dancers from various groups put on displays and a range of raffles, balloon races and other fund raisers all seemed to do very well.

Beechgrove Garden TV Programme 4 July
Presenter Carolyn Spray of Beechgrove Garden TV fame was in Caithness to help Isabel More, Mansfield, Watten get a corner of her garden made over into a small patio area.  The idea was to come up with a way of better joining the old garden with the modern house that replaced the old manse a few years ago.  The programme is scheduled to be screened on BBC 1 on Thursday 18 July at 8.30pm
Beechgrove Garden Web Site

East End Teams Win At Halkirk
Two under 10 Teams and One Under 8's
Under 10's both won their games 3-0 and the under 8's 9-3.

Prince Charles Opens Glass Studio In Lybster

Disabled Parking In Inverness

Taransay Fiddlers Take Up Residence

Highland Youth Voice Web site of The Month

Future of Initiative At The Edge

Scottish News