Meet the board
Jim MacGregor farms at Latheron Mains and is a director of Caithness Livestock Breeders Ltd. He has been a member of numerous voluntary groups and currently serves on Latheron Show Committee and also Latheron Lybster and Clyth Community Council. Outwith farming his hobbies include vintage cars and dancing.
David Glass is a retired Chartered Engineer. He has served as board member of a number of voluntary organisations at local and national level. His interests include crofting, local history and hillwalking.
Gillian manages a farm in Harpsdale along with her husband. Following her involvement with her local community council, she also went on to become a Councillor serving for four years. She has also been involved with various community groups and her hobbies include gardening, crossword puzzles and reading.
Graeme is originally from Thurso and has worked around the world in various supply chain roles within the oil Industry. He now works for a local engineering company and is enjoying being back home involving himself with various local groups and clubs. His interests include walking, football and socialising with friends and family.
After 18 years in educational management, Tom moved to Caithness as Inspector/Financial Consultant with the NFU Mutual, then for NFU Scotland as Secretary for Caithness and Sutherland until he retired in 2014. He now enjoys restoring Classic vehicles, helping friends, getting involved in community work and enjoying life with his wife and family.
To be updated shortly…
Cllr Hugh Morrison
Cllr Andrew Sinclair:
Cllr Donnie Mackay:
05/3/19 - PR CNSF2019PR032
CNSFUND awards maximum funding for MS THERAPY CENTRE REFURBISHMENT A Caithness MS support charity has been awarded £30,000, the maximum award, by the Caithness & North Sutherland Fund. The MS Therapy Centre Wick was given the money to help refurbish its premises in Braehead and create a new community wellbeing hub. The therapy centre is […]
04/12/18 - PR Grant Awards 2018-R4
Caithness Family History Society was awarded £1,500 towards the local family history society hosting the Scottish Association of Family History Societies 30th Annual National Conference and Family History Fair in Wick that will promote the local culture and history of Caithness. The event is scheduled to be held in April 2019 at the Pulteney Centre […]
09/11/18 - CNSF 2018 AGM Report
Please select the following link to download the CNSF 2018 AGM Report. http://www.cnsf.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/CNSF2018AGM007-P001.pdf Chair Report With the Fund now in its seventh year, I am pleased to report that we have continued to see a good level of enquiries and applications coming forward. Throughout the year, we have promoted the Fund at funding events and distributed […]
09/11/18 - CNSFund 2019 Grant Application Schedule
The CNSFund assesses applications on a quarterly basis. Please ensure that you submit your initial enquiry form well in advance of the closing dates to allow yourself sufficient time to complete your full application form, which we will provide you with after we receive your initial enquiry form and have concluded our eligibility screening checks. […]