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Plockton and District Community Council met in Plockton Hall on April 11.
Among the items discussed were:
Roads and parking: The Highland Council is to put two electric vehicle charging points in the car park. However, a sign which was promised by Easter to stop campervans going along Harbour Street hasn’t appeared and as a result of the new meter in the car park, more campervans are parking on the street.
Discretionary fund: The community council is to apply for funding for new notice-boards and bulbs for the car park.
Benches: KPL Kishorn has donated two benches for the village.
Open air Easter service
An open air service was held on Easter Sunday at Plockton’s open air site. Twenty five people attended on a damp morning. The service was conducted by the Reverend Roddie Rankin.
Ukraine appeal collection
A collection by Plockton and Kyle Free Church for the Ukraine appeal raised £1,480.