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Caithness News Bulletins May 2003
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|Ormlie Community Association|
Ormlie Community Association Gain
Youthlink Scotland Funding 7 May
The project will give children and young people the opportunity to access the internet, use webcam technology to communicate with other rural areas, gain publishing skills for posters, newsletters and presentations. A key element of the multi-media project will be the development of visual arts using photographs and graphic packages to promote environmental issues within the community. Digital photographic technology is another strand to the project, which will allow children and young people experience of recording and documenting the various projects being undertaken on the estate. Music plays an important part of the SIP programme and sound recording equipment will open a whole new world for young people who will be able to record bands and artists.
This is a very exciting project for the young people of Ormlie and will give them skills in a wide range of areas, using state of the art equipment and working with people experienced in the field of technology, art and music.