Community councillors heard that following a number of complaints related to the use of a log chipper in early July, Environmental Health officers attended the site and undertook noise monitoring.
Due to social distancing Kate wasn’t actually able to climb into the ring, or spar with any of the members, but was able to hear at first hand their excitement and enthusiasm with an open invitation to return for a full blown training session at any time!
The tr-athletes swam with the tide to Corran Narrows on Friday, followed by a swim along Loch Linnhe on Saturday.
In a joint statement, Wolfhouse operators Colin Morley and Emma Hebborn warned other similar businesses to be on their guard over similar scams.
Eilean Chanaigh/Summer on Canna was broadcast on BBC ALBA last week and was followed by another programme about Canna, Solas: Margaret Fay Shaw of Canna. However, both programmes are still available on the BBC iPlayer for 30 days afterwards.
When completed the 40-berth marina and coffee shop will be owned by Caol Regeneration Company – a not-fort-profit charity which operates Caol Community Centre.
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.
The A830 will remain open throughout the improvements however to keep everyone safe during the project a 10mph convoy system will be in place.
The firm said while it does not intend to make Sunday berthing/disembarking at Annat Pier a regular occurrence, it claims it is vital the option is available to ensure the safe navigation of vessels.
At this week’s meeting of Kilmallie Community Council – held on Monday night virtually via the online video conferencing platform Zoom – members heard that the tourism industry was looking towards a mid-July or beginning of August restart.