Cromarty Notices and Events
PROBLEMS WITH SEAGULLS
At the June Community Council meeting we discussed two current problems: seagulls and the new bus services. We all know that seagulls can be noisy, dirty and aggressive, but they are protected by law. Highland Council has some information HERE.
This explains that any direct action against either gulls or their eggs can only be taken by authorised persons under licence from SNH. We can help to deter them by making food waste inaccessible, discouraging them from nesting on our houses, and most importantly by not feeding them. So whether you are a visitor to Cromarty or a resident, please remember the nuisance and damage gulls can cause, particularly to the young and the elderly and DO NOT FEED THE GULLS IN CROMARTY.
DO YOU WANT TO ROW?
Since launching Cromba this spring, we have had crews out several times a week, often several times a day. We estimate nearly 80 Cromarty residents have tried rowing for the first time. There is plenty room for more folk to join in; the more people who come forward, the more rows we will schedule.
TEMPORARY ARRANGEMENTS FOR CROMARTY MEDICAL PRACTICE
A statement from NHS Highland regarding temporary arrangements following the disbandment of the previous medical partnership can be found here.