Published: 17/08/2017 10:21 - Updated: 17/08/2017 10:46

New home just KLICS with carers' charity

 

KLICS staff (from left) Wendy Thain, Stephanie Harper and Kayleigh Robertson. Picture: Will Clark
KLICS staff (from left) Wendy Thain, Stephanie Harper and Kayleigh Robertson. Picture: Will Clark

 

A PLACE to call its own is how a charity which provides assistance to young carers across Caithness described its new premises as it celebrated moving into their new home.

Caithness KLICS (Kids Living in Caring Situations) has moved into its new base at the former South School in Wick and marked the occasion by holding an open day.

The group offers between 50 to 60 young carers a place to call their own which gives them a break from caring for loved ones.

But it is estimated there are at least 120 young carers in Caithness.

Read more in this week's Caithness Courier.   

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