Chair of the Eilean a’ Cheò committee, Councillor John Gordon said the last few months had not been easy for Skye, especially for those who lost loved ones during the Covid-19 outbreak at the Home Farm care home.
Councillor Gordon, together with fellow Skye members, John Finlayson, Calum Munro and Calum MacLeod, has signed a motion which will come before today’s (Thursday) meeting of the full Highland Council and which calls on the local authority to write to the Scottish Government asking it to agree to underwrite the estimated £1.2million annual revenue costs of the home.
If you have any information on Caroline’s whereabouts please contact Portree police on 101 quoting ref: MPR 25815 50920.
A total of 10 residents of Home Farm care home at Portree died after an outbreak of coronavirus earlier this year.
The Care Inspectorate has decided to no longer pursue the cancellation of the service’s registration through the courts.’
The British Geological Survey (BGS), which monitors earthquakes and seismic activity around the world, recorded the event as a 2.6 magnitude quake at a depth of 7km at about 5.40pm.