The workshop took more of a discussion group format than a slideshow, with participants sharing their own concerns and stories about life during the lockdown and the current easing of restrictions.
The issue of pollution and disturbance at the port also reared its head at the recent meeting of Ardgour Community Council, with a number of residents on the opposite side of the loch from the port also lodging formal objections.
It has been over a year since the council declared a climate and ecological emergency and recommitted to achieving a carbon neutral region by 2025.
Councillor Baxter, who now becomes a non-aligned member forfeits his seat on the Economy and Infrastructure Committee, although remains chairman of Lochaber Area Committee for now.
The Scottish Parliament’s Finance Committee has warned that demographic changes could pose risks to Scottish public spending, and the ability to fund the NHS.
Families, holding banners and signs, lined the streets of Inverlochy last week as primary school teachers said goodbye to P7 leavers.