Room 13 initiative plants the seed for growing more creative connections
Caol boys and Lundavra girls dominate schools badminton tournament
As landowners agree to essential renovations on the Caol car park, the improvements are almost ready to go after months of waiting.
Community Councils in Caol, Mallaig, Glenfinnan, and Spean Bridge, Roy Bridge and Achnacarry, remain unformed since the recent elections in December 2019.
The Co-op has confirmed to the Lochaber Times that it stands ready to pay its fair share of the costs to resolve the persistent flooding problem that has has been affecting Caol’s car park for months.
Caol Regeneration has taken up the reigns of repairing and unblocking the drains in Caol’s shop car park but is yet to receive the go-ahead from Ladbrokes or Co-Op.
New data shows that large parts of the Fort William area will be below the high tide level by 2025, the council says its flood protection scheme is robust enough.
Caol Co-op car park public realm improvements has been selected among 30 transformational projects to benefit from a slice of more than £2.3million of investment across the Highlands.
One of a series of events aimed at raising awareness of the country’s carers is to take part in Caol Youth Centre on November 21.