The world events of the last two years have had a huge impact on arts and culture; both in inspiring creativity and in encouraging people to slow down and take notice.
The study is intended to highlight the importance of the ferry to the communities previously mentioned in part through testing the implications of hypothetical scenario where the service discontinued.
The proposal is the work of charity Urram, which has been established from the working group set up by five local community councils
This was a key moment for the Rising. Without Lochiel’s support – and the hundreds of men his support would bring – the other chiefs would not have rallied to the standard and the spark of rebellion would have been snuffed out.
Helping Hands is still going strong and all Sunart residents are reminded that the helpline is there for them if they cannot get out and about – just call between the hours of 9am to 5pm and someone will try to help. The number again is 01967 750832.
New Strontian publisher celebrates first two titles
Applications for the fund close on Monday March 23.