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Summer Stands & Support

Whilst many people are getting ready to go on holiday or music festivals this summer, the Norse Stone team are getting ready to attend and support some of our local events.

For those following us on Facebook , Twitter or Instagram, you may have seen our posts on Friday and Saturday about attending the Caithness County Show. It’s a local agricultural event that is always well attended not least by the selection of trade stands. It’s not all just tractors here (all though there are quite a few of those!). From clothing to crafts, distillers to hot tubs and this year, Norse Stone!

We came armed with samples, brochures, a display complete with hearth (borrowed from RDI Renewables) and paving layout as well as our popular lego selection and some diggers for all the kids (big and small) who came by to say “hello” on the day. We met lots of people, both old and new, handed out most of our brochure packs and overall had a great day out. Despite a bit of typical Caithness County Show rain, the afternoon stayed dry enough that we didn’t even need towed off the field at the end of the day (another typical Caithness County Show activity!).

During the summer months, Caithness is host to a number of wonderful shows and events. Next on the calendar is the Halkirk Highland Games which always takes place on the last Saturday of July. We don’t have a stand at it this year, but we are a proud sponsor and we know some of our team will definitely be attending to enjoy the stalls and watch as the field events unfold. It’s a huge event on everyone’s calendar with competitors travelling from all over the world to compete! Rain or shine, it’s always an enjoyable day out.

Our last event of this summer will be another Highland Games, this time the Mey Highland Games. These games have been transformed in recent years with the inclusion of para events on top of the traditional heavy highland games. It is also a great chance to sneak a look at a royal! HRH, Prince Charles, Duke of Rothesay, is the chieftain of these games and attends every year to mingle with the crowd and also judges the tug of war event. We will be keeping our fingers crossed that we are able to meet HRH as we attend the games this year with our own stand as well as being sponsors. Who knows, maybe we will be able to convince him to get some Caithness flagstone!

Keep checking our social media for more event updates and news.

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