A wee taster of the many delights about Arran:views and Lochranza Castle.
The island of Arran is currently without power. Schools and shops have had to close and even Arran Music Festival has been brought to a halt.
Scottish Hydro Electric say they have not traced yet traced the fault but will be reviewing the situation again at 11am.
The island is also being battered by high winds and snow,with both the String road and Ross road closed to traffic.
The CalMac ferry sailed this morning –so this week’s Arran Banner has made it to the island! –but the ferries are on amber alerted for the rest of the day and subject to disruption.
When the power returns,see the rest of this week’s news in the Arran Banner or on line at www.arranbanner.co.uk/digital!
The MV Caledonian Isles ferry has returned to the Arran service. Continue reading ‘Calamity Isles’is back on Arran route
CalMac have just announced that,subject to final inspections on the morning of Wednesday February 21,the MV Caledonian Isles ferry should be back in service on the Brodick to Ardrosssan route on Wednesday afternoon.
The 95-metre,5,000 tonne ferry hit a harbour wall in Ardrossan the previous Tuesday,February14.
Angry ferry passengers in Ardrossan and Brodick have been left stranded after a serious incident last night,Tuesday February 14 2012. Continue reading No Arran ferry after Caledonian Ises hits pier
Isle of Arran businesses are losing much needed out of season trade due to the ongoing ferry cancellations,according to one of the island’s largest hotels. Continue reading Arran hotel claims loss of £10,000 because of ferry cancellations
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