A retreat like no other
The North Highland Regeneration Fund (NHRF) is delighted to announce the launch of a brand new initiative offering support to accommodation providers in the North Highlands who are serving the North Coast 500 route.
On Thursday 3rd December, the North Highland College UHI – with support from the North Highland Regeneration Fund – hosted the finals of the iStart Challenge, a competition designed to encourage and support entrepreneurial spirit amongst young people in the area.
The North Highland Regeneration Fund would like to invite you to its ninth Annual General Meeting, held in the Ballroom at the Pentland Hotel, Thurso on Wednesday 11th November 2015 at 11am.
Thurso Cinema boss Rob Arthur is in the throes of re-opening a complex in Wales as part of his company’s plans to run a chain throughout the UK.
The North Highland Regeneration Fund managing agent went on a visit to Dunnet Bay Distillers to catch up with the team behind internationally acclaimed Rock Rose Gin to discuss their current position, as well as their exciting plans for the future.
Come along to the Castle of Mey on the 29th and 30th November, where the North Highland Regeneration Fund will be showcasing a range of seasonal produce from some of the local businesses it has helped support
An application made by Dunnet Bay Distillers to be allowed to sell alcohol has been approved.
A regeneration fund has underwritten £1.4 million in "soft" loans to over 40 small and medium-sized businesses in the Dounreay travel-to-work area since it launched in 2007.
North Highland Regeneration Fund (NHRF), which is bankrolled by the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA), has helped create or safeguard over 200 jobs in…
Dunnet Bay Distillers Ltd today (28th February) finished laying the foundations of their new distillery at Dunnet, in what promises to be the start of an exciting year for this ambitious new business. The company, which has been supported in the construction of the distillery by a loan from North…
Caithness Business Fund is now open to a wider business audience and is encouraging new applications.
‘Young Enterprise’ and ‘Entrepreneurship’ were the two overriding themes of North Highland Regeneration Fund’s Annual General Meeting held last Friday at the Pentland Hotel in Thurso.
Baillie Wind Farm Community Benefit Fund has been set-up to disburse funds from the newly commissioned Baillie Wind Farm which is contributing £100,000 per annum for the 25 year life of the wind farm for the benefit of West Caithness.
A new Fund has been launched to assist small businesses with their business growth and development and promote the economic growth of Caithness and North Sutherland.
The Caithness Chamber of Commerce, under the auspices of the Caithness Transport Forum, has written to John Swinney to emphasise the importance of re-aligning the Berriedale Braes to support business moving forward for the emerging renewables industry.
The Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) today announced a decision to proceed with the next phase of the National Nuclear Archive project.
The sixth Annual General Meeting of the North Highland Regeneration Fund will be held at the Large Lounge in the Pentland Hotel on 9 November 2012 at 11.00am.