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HomeStart Moving To New Premises

29th April 2012

Photograph of HomeStart Moving To New Premises

Home-Start are moving to new premises!

Hello to Stevenson House! Goodbye to the Community Education Office!

As of Wednesday 2nd May 2012, Home-Start Caithness will be moving to a new home - Office 4, Stevenson House, 10 Harbour Terrace, Wick, KW1 5HB. HomeStart have been at the Community Education Office since Home-Start Caithness was 'born' 13 years ago, so 2nd May will be a mixed day - one of sadness at leaving to Community Education Office, but one of happiness going somewhere fresh and new.

HomeStart will be one of the first organisations to move into the new office complex in the recently renovated former Customs and Excise building in Harbour Terrace. The building has been bought and renovated to a high standard by Dunbeath Estates Ltd.

Chairman of HomeStart Caithness Councillor Bill Fernie said," We have been looking for premises in a central location for sometime and were very pleased to have been able to take out lease in the newly refurbished offices. The new offices give us a main office, training/boardroom and a small interview meeting room. It is ideally situated just up from the harbour and has parking outside. HomeStart Caithness recently welcomed a number of new directors to its board and with new volunteers undergoing training alongside our existing committed volunteers we are well placed to continue to offer support to families with young children in Caithness."

New Contact Details For Home Start Caithness
Address: Office 4, Stevenson House, 10 Harbour Terrace, Wick, KW1 5HB
Telephone: 01955 609318
email office[AT]
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