Caithness.Org is one of the biggest Community Web Sites in Scotland as well as being one of the most visited sites in the Highlands. If it's on in Caithness, it's on the 'org.

Mary-Ann's Cottage - 150 Years Of Crofting Life - Step into a cottage frozen in time just as Mary Ann left it

Open June to September Tuesday to Sunday 2.00pm - 4.30pm

North Highland Woodturning Club meets in Castlehill Heritage Centre on the first Saturday (except Jan) and third Saturday (except Dec) each month, from 9am to 12 noon.

We welcome all levels of woodturners, including beginners.

Brough Bay Association is a community run organisation dedicated to the preservation and improvement of the harbour and facilities at Brough Bay. As part of their work they have compiled a substantial social history archive of data, artefacts, photographs and recorded memories from the people of Brough.
Caithness Horizons is a new community facility and visitor attraction in Thurso in the North of Scotland, which tells the story of the area's past and present. It houses a museum, interactive displays, exhibitions, lecture and audio-visual presentation facilities, a tourist information centre and cafe.
Here in the extreme north the lochs are so deep and the air so clear, the seas so wild and the beaches so long that there's space to think about the things that are close to your heart. There’s space to refresh your mind, indulge your passions and revive your spirits. And you’ll find that the further you go, the better it gets...more Escape with us here to the North Highlands. On this site you’ll find all the information you need to plan your trip, from travel information to accommodation and things to do.
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother first saw what was then Barrogill Castle in 1952, while mourning the death of her husband, King George VI. Falling for its isolated charm and hearing it was to be abandoned, she decided to save it. Having acquired the most northerly inhabited castle on the British mainland, The Queen Mother renovated and restored it and created the beautiful gardens you see today. For almost half a century she spent many happy summers here and shorter visits at other times of the year.
North Highland Connections is an arm of The Prince's Initiative, concerned to enhance the quality of life for the scattered communities of the North Highlands, doing so through the promotion of a wide range of arts ventures, as well as an integrated programme of educational outreach.

An essential guide to the top visitor attractions in Caithness and Sutherland

Published by CASVAG - Caithenss And Sutherland Visitor Attraction Group

The award winning Caithness Amateur Radio Society meet on the first Wed of every month in "The Nethercliffe Hotel", Wick @ 7:30pm and at the Castlehill Heritage Centre, Castletown, at 7pm on the 3rd Tue/Wed. Anybody interested in any aspect of radio communication will be made most welcome. The Club Callsign is MS0FNR.

To find out more about Caithness Amateur Radio Society click here

The Traill Hall Community Trust is dedicated to the restoration and future use of the Traill Hall in Castletown.

To find out more click here

Venture North is a group of small businesses dedicated to growing the Tourism Sector for Caithness and Sutherland. To find out more click here
Archaeology Scotland is a key centre for community archaeology in Scotland. We are a voluntary membership organisation that works to secure the archaeological heritage of Scotland for its people through education, promotion and support. We bring together those for whom archaeology is an interest, an active pastime or a career, support local archaeological action and initiatives and provide a comprehensive information service to all. To find out more click here