Covid-19

As the major Covid-19 pandemic spread across the UK Cromarty Care Project developed systems to support the community.

Grocery deliveries

A group of volunteers deliver pre-ordered groceries Monday - Friday. Order your groceries by phoning Cromarty Stores on 01381 600550 in the morning.  

Newspaper deliveries

A group of volunteers deliver pre-ordered newspapers every morning Monday - Saturday. Order your newspapers by phoning Nigel Shapcott on 01381 600760 or completing a form in store. This stopped when we moved to phase 2 re-opening.   

The North Highland Initiative community support programme has funded the setting up and running of both the newspaper and grocery delivery projects.

Filling the Gap

The Filling the Gap project supports residents of Cromarty Community Council area whose income has been adversely affected by Covid-19. The money for this has been generously donated by the Karen Napier Charity and Cromarty Church of Scotland. Applications are welcome. To apply please email Dr Helen Charley on info@cromartycareproject.co.uk. Successful applications are awarded a weekly voucher that can be spent in Cromarty Stores. This project is closed to new applications as of 27th July 2020. 

Back to school grant

This scheme for residents of Cromarty Community Council area provides a grant to help cover the costs of clothing and equipment needed for going to school or college. For applications email info@cromartycareproject.co.uk or text Jill Stoner on 07850 889014.

Cromarty Care Project are incredibly grateful for the donations from the Karen Napier Charity, Cromarty Church of Scotland and Foundation Scotland. These funds enable us to support the people of Cromarty during this challenging time.

          

Groceries and volunteers

Cromarty Primary School

As a result of the impact of Covid-19 Cromarty Primary School will be doing a lot more learning outside during the coming months. Cromarty Care Project has funded warm waterproof clothing for all the pupils. We hope they have a great time learning outside whilst keeping warm and dry Don't they look great. 

We have purchased a tipi for Cromarty Primary School. This will be used as an outdoor classroom. 

 

Cromarty Winter Warmth Fund

Applications are welcome from residents of the Cromarty and District Community Council area to apply for a grant towards fuel costs for the months of January and February 2021. This project is now closed to new applications. 

Cromarty Youth Summer Programme

CCP have assisted in funding the Cromarty Youth Summer Programme and we received this lovely thank you card from everyone there. 

   

Cromarty Childcare Centre

Cromarty Childcare Centre required to renew their storage for children's outdoor things due to covid regulations. They could no longer use coat hooks but required individual boxes for each child. The new boxes were funded by CCP. Here's one of the children putting all his things away in his box. 

Cromarty Care Project has been awarded The Queen's Award for Voluntary Services for our work in Cromarty during the Covid-19 pandemic. 

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