Education Transformation Board bosses have promised its latest, and fourth, volume of FAQs on Argyll’s education reform proposals will be translated into Gaelic soon but with the consultation still due to end on March 31, time is ticking.
The UK Boundary Commission’s proposals to make Argyll the second largest constituency in Scotland, absorbing Morvern, Ardamurchan and Moidart, are being considered by Argyll and Bute Council
Service users, families and staff from the Lorne Resource Centre and Lynnside Day Centre in Soroba Road have now met with health and social care officials for the first of their official partnership discussions.
More than 20 Lorne Resource Centre users, relatives, advocates and staff were left feeling snubbed when officials from Argyll and Bute’s Health and Social Care partnership (HSCP) did not show.
Argyll and Bute Health and Social Care partnership says it needs to have teams working closely together and based on one site.