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    Growing Pains - Running A Craft BusinessThumbnail for article : Growing Pains - Running A Craft Business
    Thursday 10 September, 12.45 -16.30 Caithness Horizons, Thurso (Please note that lunch is not provided, however you are welcome to have lunch at The Caithness Horizons Cafe prior to the event) Running a craft practice is addictive - there is always more to try, new ideas to explore and projects to develop.  Growing your business allows you to confidently pursue these exciting new opportunities to strengthen your profile, expand your range of customers and generate healthy profits.  
    Caithness Horizons Museum welcomes half a million visitors.Thumbnail for article : Caithness Horizons Museum welcomes half a million visitors.
    Tuesday 11th August saw local group No Limits Caithness visit the Museum for a morning packed with Viking activities with Curator Joanne Howdle, or Thordis Eiríksdóttir as she is fondly known to local groups and schools.   The group helped the Museum to hit the half million visitors mark and to celebrate they were presented with a special cake made in the Museum's cafe.  
    Scientists from around the world gather in Caithness for conferenceThumbnail for article : Scientists from around the world gather in Caithness for conference
    Scientists from around the world recently gathered in Thurso for an annual biological sciences meeting.  The Larwood Symposium was hosted by the Environmental Research Institute (ERI) of the North Highland College UHI on behalf of the International Bryozoology Association.  
    Caithness Horizons Museum retains five star Visit Scotland grading for 7th year in a row
    Caithness Horizons Museum in Thurso has recently been reviewed by Visit Scotland grading authority and are delighted to keep its Five Star Visitor Attraction status for a seventh year running.   The news comes shortly after receiving a Certificate Of Excellence from Trip Advisor earlier in the month.  
    Reactor control room moves to a new homeThumbnail for article : Reactor control room moves to a new home
    Last week saw the last of the Dounreay Materials Testing Reactor (DMTR) control room panels shipped off site and transferred to their new home in local five-star visitor attraction Caithness Horizons.   The control room panels and control desk have been donated to Caithness Horizons and reconstructed at the museum to form the basis of a new permanent exhibition representing Dounreay's significant part in Scotland's industrial heritage.  
    Visitor Enquiries See Big Rise At Thurso VisitScotland
    Relocated VisitScotland information service sees 55% increase in visitor enquiries.   A full year on from the relocation of the Thurso VisitScotland information service to Caithness Horizons has seen a 55% increase in footfall.  
    Family activity day at Dunnet's Seadrift Visitor CentreThumbnail for article : Family activity day at Dunnet's Seadrift Visitor Centre
    Science O3, the organising charity behind the annual Caithness International Science Festival, will be collaborating with The Highland Council Countryside Rangers to present a fun-filled family activity day at Dunnet's Seadrift Visitor Centre on Saturday, 29th September 2012.   The day of workshops, talks and walks, led by the Highland Council's Countryside Rangers, will highlight the biodiversity of Caithness and allow people of all ages to learn more about the wonderful world of birds, bush craft, whales, bats and basket making.  
    Unique Handmade Paper, Cards, Wrappers, Boxes For ChristmasThumbnail for article : Unique Handmade Paper, Cards, Wrappers, Boxes For Christmas
    On now in Caithness Horizons gallery untill 11th December: ' Paper Wrappers and Herbarium Sheets'.   All inspired by Robert Dick, Baker and Botanist of Thurso 1811-1866.  
    Caithness Horizons Staff Gain Cultural & Heritage AwardThumbnail for article : Caithness Horizons Staff Gain Cultural & Heritage Award
    A group of five staff members from Caithness Horizons have successfully completed an EDI National Award in Cultural and Heritage Venue Operations.  Caithness Horizons is the only museum in the Highlands to have staff that have achieved this award.  
    PDA in Digital Imaging - FREE Course At WickThumbnail for article : PDA in Digital Imaging - FREE Course At Wick
    As reported in July this year, The North Highland College (NHC) and The Wick Society formed a partnership to digitise the Johnson Collection, owned by the Wick Society.   The Johnson collection is an invaluable historical photographic archive in excess of 50,000 glass-plate negatives taken by successive generations of the Johnson family between 1863 and 1976 capturing the social and industrial history of Caithness, in particular the impact of the herring fishing industry.