Tiree Community Council have written a letter to CalMac asking for assurances for islanders, who have been unable to visit their families on the mainland and those travelling to medical appointments.
‘This is the right decision for Mull and to ensure the rally is welcomed back in, hopefully, happier times in 2021,’ says Car Club chairman.
Among the local businesses once again welcoming customers was Nevis Bakery on the High Street.
Friday July 3 sees self catering accommodation open up again and boost for tourism.
Around 4,500 pupils in Highland are receiving fortnightly vouchers to the equivalent of £15 per pupil, per week. This includes an average weekly increase of 50 pupils each week since lockdown began, according to Highland Council.