Mary then set up a page on Justgiving for the Sue Ryder Charity, which offers palliative care and bereavement and mental health counselling.
Funding will be shared by Orkney, Shetland and Na h-Eileanan Siar – all of which are wholly covered by level 3 coronavirus (Covid-19) restrictions.
Once again the UK is living under tough but necessary restrictions as we battle COVID-19. Vaccines offer us hope and a way out but, until then, we must all play our part in together beating the virus.
Dental patients experiencing pain will continue to be the practice’s priority and should contact M and S Dental Care for further advice and care where required.
The walker tried to do the right thing and leave the little otter but given the proximity to the road, and its insistence on following them, the IOSF says it was the right thing not to leave it.
Plockton residents, Julia Asiedu and Louise Allan, pictured, at least managed a social distanced cuppa and a biscuit on the first day of the new year.
Networks Rail’s technical and commercial processes that would allow the transfer of ownership have taken significantly longer than anticipated and have yet to be concluded.