An exciting future for the North Highlands?

Looking at our recent vacancy for a Business Development Manager with the Caithness & North Sutherland Regeneration Partnership has made us think about what exciting things might be coming down the line for the North Highlands in the coming years.  Rather than focus here on specific projects, we’d like to talk about the bigger picture. As we’re all

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Lockdown creativity

We’ve mentioned so many times how the North Highlands of Scotland acts as inspiration for many creative people. Artists, makers, writers and musicians have taken inspiration from our landscape, people, stories and culture and that hasn’t stopped even in the face of a global pandemic. We’re thrilled to see that even though we’re currently unable

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Time for a life evaluation?

Here in the Scotland we’re in Phase one of the Scottish Government’s route map out of lock down. This means that the advice is to stay home as much as possible but we can now meet one other household in an outdoor space. We can go a walk with family or friends from one other

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A Window On Scotland

As we continue to stay safe at home, it was nice to see a new campaign by VisitScotland. ‘A Window on Scotland’ asks people living in Scotland to take a picture from their window to create an online, real life picture of what awaits visitors when it’s safe to travel again. This idea is perfect

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Absence makes the heart grow fonder

We’re into week three of our new normal. Working from home and chatting to colleagues, friends and family via online measures. It’s been a strange and very fast paced few weeks as it will have been for many up and down the country. We’ve decided to pause advertising jobs on our website for now. The

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North Highland Festive Treasures

Last Saturday, 7th December, up and down the country Small businesses celebrated not only themselves but one another too. The UK’s annual Small Business Saturday saw high streets championing each other and encouraging local people to spend their time and money in their shops. During the last week in November, the Just a Card Indie

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