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Caithness District Partnership Meeting

20th September 2012

The new Caithness District Partnership will meet in full for the second time on Friday 28 September, as part of the new arrangements under the Planning for Integration (P4i) partnership between the NHS and The Highland Council.

Partners will consider a report from the NHS steering group, who are recommending a Stakeholder Engagement Plan. The Highland Council will report on their Youth Employment and Transition plans. Other agenda items include discussions on a communications strategy for the partnership as well as a slot for public questions.

The meeting will commence at 11.00 am in the Pulteneytown Community Centre, Huddart Street, Wick.

The general public are welcome to observe the meeting.

 

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