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Bill Fernie, chairman of Caithness Health Action Team (CHAT) thanked the ladies who organised the display and accepted the money on behalf of CHAT.
Bill said,"The generosity of Caithness people has been truly amazing and they are rallying round the campaign to fight cuts to health services in the north." Bill spent the day at the display in St Fergus church and spoke to many of the people who attended to see the dresses and look at the many wedding photos.
The vigil will start at 6.30pm on Thursday 26th October and is in advance of the rallies at Town and County Hospital and Dunbar Hospital in Thurso on Satruday 28th October.
The Caithness community has contributed many things to the hospital over the years and much work has been done on the gardens - it is a much loved and appreciated facility for Caithness.
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A few photos of some of the stalls and participants at the Health and well being day held in Pulteney Centre, Wick.
The aim is to showcase the wide range of opportunities available locally to benefit general health as well as mental, spiritual, emotional and social wellbeing. CHAT said "Thank you so much for all the donations that made these possible." St Fergus Bowling club in Wick recently donated 300 to the Laurandy Day Care Centre in Wick.
Community Index Caithness Health Action Team (CHAT) have now put the 100 Mile Helper Kits together and wil shortly be distrubuting them to Hositals and GP practices. St Fergus Bowling Club Chairman Malky Mackay handed over a cheque for 300 to Laurandy Centre chairman Bill Fernie. Fergus club for their generous donation and said,"I continue to be amazed at the giving by groups and individuals in Wick towards out centre that recently took over care for the Alzheimer's group that closed.
But she was left "heartbroken" after a strict ‘no children’ rule at the hospital’s free accommodation block forced her to be parted from her two-year-old daughter, who was left pining at home nearly 70 miles away. John Nugent the minister at St Fergus Church handed over 794 from the Wedding Dresses display by the ladies at St Fergus Church, Wick.At the event you will be required to talk about your idea to the community.Those in attendance will then vote on all the applications and a decision will be made on the day.The event is being organised by Caithness Health Improvement Forum with Caithness Voluntary Group (CVG), Pulteneytown People's Project (PPP) and the NHS, and will run from 11am to 3pm.It follows on from the first Health and Wellbeing Market which was held at the same venue in April 2016 and attended by around 170 people.