Highland Covid-19 launches competition
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ONLINE support hub Highland Covid-19 has announced a free weekly competition starting on Thursday.
The website – launched at the beginning of April – and its social media pages act as a free information resource during the coronavirus crisis.
Visitors to the website will find tips on keeping fit, cooking, and government updates.
The website also acts as a hub for important information, such as shop opening hours and financial advice resources.
The team behind Highland Covid-19 is delighted to announce its partnership with Impact30 – a programme designed to develop young business leaders of the future.
Over the next 12 weeks, the free Highland support hub will announce and run a competition each Thursday.
To take part, followers simply head to the competition page on the website and answer the question to be in with a chance of winning the prize. Entry is free.
Highland Covid-19 was quickly brought to life by Highland marketing, PR and events agency Planit Scotland, and to date the resource has had over 10,000 visits from people all over the Highlands.
The top pages being viewed include Fitness, Self Isolation and the newly added Recipes page.
Cecilia Grigor, director of Planit Scotland, is encouraging anyone that has a free resource of information to get in touch, so it can be listed on the website and shared with the community.
More information is available at www.highlandcovid-19.co.uk
Information on Impact 30 is here: www.hie.co.uk/support/browse-all-support-services/impact30/
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