Cromarty Notices and Events
'LIGHT AND SHADE' ON THE HUNDRED STEPS WALK
Cromarty artist Ian Robertson's exhibition of 'Light and Shade in the South Sutor Forest' is on display in the Courthouse Museum on Church Street throughout the month of May. The sketches depict the constantly changing light and texture viewed through the trees in the 'Hundred Steps' walk to the South Sutor.
CROMARTY-THEMED PRODUCTS NOW AVAILABLE
The Emporium on the High Street is now stocking 'I (heart) Cromarty' t-shirts, baseball caps, jute bags and mugs. A portion of all sales will go to Cromarty Rising. Show your support for our town and the campaign against ship to ship oil transfer.
VOTE NOW FOR CROMARTY GALA QUEEN
The Cromarty Gala Queen is to be aged between 12–18 years and a current Fortrose Academy S1–S6 student. There is one vote per person. There is a voting box in the Cromarty Post Office during May. The Gala Prince and Princess are Cromarty Primary School pupils picked from random and will be announced soon. The Cromarty Gala Week will be held from Sunday, 23 July to Saturday, 29 July.
GENERAL ELECTION CANDIDATES AT CROMARTY MEETING
The Cromarty Peace Group has organised a Hustings Meeting on Tuesday, 30 May in the Victoria Hall. The discussion with six candiates will be chaired by the Very Rev Alan McDonald.
INDUCTION OF THE REV TERRY BURNS
The congregations of Cromarty and Resolis & Urquhart Church of Scotland have appointed the Rev Terry Burns to serve the community as their new minister. His induction will take place in Cromarty West Parish Church on Friday, 2 June, at 7.00pm. The service will be organised by Presbytery, and a social will be held in the hall afterwards to which everyone is invited.
There will be a collection for a welcoming gift for Terry and his wife Cindy. Anyone wishing to contribute to this gift in advance can leave an envelope at the post office or with Lydia Webster, Douglas Cooper or Archie Mactaggart.