In the next few weeks, The Highland Council will publish a simple guide for individuals and communities who want to set up safe stopping off places for campervans – known on the continent as ‘aires’.
The project has been informed by local collaboration, extensive traffic monitoring and the results of an online survey with the introduction of new facilities and infrastructure improvements expected in autumn and winter 2021.
Glencoe and Glen Etive Community Council chair, Viki Sutherland, was among those at home cheering on the boys in blue on the television as they earned a well deserved 6-11 victory on the opening weekend of this year’s Six Nations tournament.
All residents are welcome and anyone who would like to join should email chair, Viki Sutherland, at email@example.com for details.
With day after day of blue skies and great snow cover, people are desperate to get resorts such as Glencoe Ski Centre back open again after the latest national lockdown and welcoming the return of snow sports enthusiasts.
At the January meeting of the community council, members were informed that funds remaining in the council bank account at the last statement amounted to £126.57.
Dental patients experiencing pain will continue to be the practice’s priority and should contact M and S Dental Care for further advice and care where required.
‘Tourism is a force for good and if managed responsibly, sustains communities in every
corner of Scotland, creates jobs, tackles depopulation and improves the wellbeing of
everyone who experiences it’ – Malcolm Roughead, VisitScotland Chief Executive