Caithness Saltire Award Presentations

Volunteers reach the Summit

Thirthy Three young people and their families came together to receive Saltire Awards for their commitment to the community.  The event was scheduled to take place in the Caithness Nuclear Archive but due to to unforseen cirumstances the event had to relocate to Wick Heritage Centre at short notice, many thanks to the centre for this wonderful offer of venue.

Gail Ross MSP kindly agreed to present certificates and also to present two Summit Award Plaques to Jayden Alexander and Amy Cameron.  After nomination Jayden and Amys applications were reviewed by a panel of peers before agreeing that they should become worthy winners.

The Saltire Awards endorse volunteering throughout Scotland they were introduced by the Scottish governmant to encourage young people aged 12-25 to volunteer. There are various levels of achievement culminating in the Saltire Summit award.

  Caithness Voluntary Group HTSI is the local administration office for the Saltire Awards in Caithness and point of contact for anyone wanting more information about volunteering

Amy Cameron and Jayden Alexander recieving Saltire Summit plaques from Gail Ross MSP

Young volunteers receiving Saltire Awards in Wick Heritage Centre.