The local authority added that people must continue to take responsibility for themselves while using the play parks and do so at their own risk, and must follow government guidelines on social distancing.
‘You only need to ‘Google’ electric ferries to see how common they are becoming in Norway, Canada etc. It seems an obvious choice for a short trip ferry in a carbon neutral Highlands,’ said Councillor Ben Thompson.
Weekly Zoom meetings and the Padlet app have been used to share visual material and ideas.
In a statement following the meeting, the council said at this time the level of risk it faces is greater than perhaps ever before. The risks cover those to staff staff and their health and wellbeing, to the health, safety and wellbeing of local communities and risks to the provision of essential council services.
The Garden Aid service is for older or disabled tenants who do not have anyone to help them cut their grass.
The event was dreamed up by humanist celebrant and retired paramedic, Alyson Stewart, who felt she needed to do something to help younger residents focus on something fun.
The risk index and associated interactive map shows significant differences between Scottish communities, and suggests a phased, geographic easing of lockdown should be considered by the Scottish Government.
A fluent Gaelic speaker, Mr MacInnes originally comes from Fort William and was awarded the Traditional Gold Medal for Gaelic singing at the National Mòd in Dunoon in 2018.