Social distancing – Tiree style

Farmhouse Cafe on the west coast of Tiree had a unique way of ensuring social distancing was observed, as it re-opened for the first time since lockdown. The Highland Cattle Society’s Young Handler, Emily Armstrong of Balemartine Fold, took her heifer Robina Dubh to the front of the cafe where she encouraged customers to keep a safe distance between each other.

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Farmhouse Cafe on the west coast of Tiree had a unique way of ensuring social distancing was observed, as it reopened for the first time since lockdown last week.

The Highland Cattle Society’s Young Handler, Emily Armstrong of Balemartine Fold, took her heifer Robina Dubh to the front of the cafe where she encouraged customers to keep a safe distance between each other.