We are pleased to be able to announce that consultants, Impact Hub Inverness, have been appointed to carry out a Community Action Plan (CAP) for Strathnairn. An application to Strathnairn Community Benefit Fund (SCBF), which distributes community benefit payments from local renewable energy installations, for full funding has been successful. SDC is very grateful thatContinue reading “Community Action Plan for Strathnairn”
We have been asked to publicise a guide produced by the Highland Community Planning Partnership. The guide is there to point people who are concerned about their mental health, or people concerned about the mental health of others, to help and resources.
Can we draw your attention to the Highland Council’s Guide to Financial Support, published on 13th May 2021. Even if you do not need financial support, you may know someone who does.
We’ve added an update of the situation in the Highlands with respect to COVID-19 from NHS Highland. It also gives information on the vaccination programme here in the Highlands. There is also information on mass testing in Grantown.
We haven’t really pointed this out but we have a page for giving COVID-19 information that we are asked to post from principally the Highland Council and NHS Highland. It should update every week on average. Last week we weren’t asked to post any information. We guess this is good news!
SDC has been asked to pass on the following information from the Highland Council with regard to the Scottish Parliament Election on 6th May 2021 :- General risk assessments and specific COVID risk assessments have been carried out at every polling station and extra staff have been recruited to help make sure the voting experienceContinue reading “Scottish Parliament Election – 6 May 2021”