Clubs, Organisations, Charities and More

Submitted by Owen McCafferty on Sat, 2009-11-21

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Caithness Diving Club: If you are a diver, call along to the club hut on a Tuesday or Thursday evening at 6.00pm or on Sunday at 10.00am. Caithness Diving Club is about 40 years old.

Caithness Early Years Autism Centre: aithness Early Years Autism Centre (CEYAC) opened in August 2000 in Wick.

Caithness Gymnastics Club: The club is based in Thurso and works with children and teenagers from age 4/5 (as long as they are at school), the oldest member is currently 15 years old.

Caithness Model Aero Club: This is a small club of a bout 18 members based in Caithness. They are ideally placed for taking amazing pictures of Caithness from air.

Caithness Mountaineering and Ski Club: Monthly meetings are held all over Scotland, catering for outdoor pursuits. The only club North of Inverness.

Hailes Swimming Club Edinburgh: Hailes Swimming Club the club is a member of the Forth Valley Junior League and is a member to (SASA) Scottish swimming Association) East District.

Home-Start Caithness: Home-Start is a voluntary organisation which offers regular support, friendship and practical help to young families under stress in their own home.

Multiple Sclerosis Society Caithness Branches: Caithness Branch of the Multiple Sclerosis Society supports local people affected by MS whether they are branch members or not.

North Highland Volunteer Stroke Service: By giving practical help to patients with speech and communication problems following a stroke, the North Highland Volunteer Stroke Service aims to restore confidence, improve the quality of life and rebuild morale.

Northern Martial Arts Studios: The Kempo Jujitsu taught by the Northern Martial Arts Studios (NMAS) is strictly a street self-defence art and has no sporting applications.

Pentland Canoe Club: In 1984, the Pentland Canoe Club was formed to serve individuals living around Thurso who were interested in kayaking.

Sutherland Clubs: Dunnet Head Educational Trust organises the Caithness & Sutherland Walking Festival to extend the Trust’s reach and operational area.

The End And More M.C.C.: T.E.A.M. M.C.C. is a club based in and around the far north of Scotland.

Thurso Disabled Swimming Club: The club meet at Thurso swimming pool every Wednesday at 6pm and welcome anyone with any sort of disability.

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