Salmon protesters prove their point
News
Salmon protesters prove their point

The Lets make a (Millstone) point event, hosted by Community of Arran Seabed Trust (COAST), was aimed at highlighting the extent of the proposed fish farm which will cover an area the size of 33 football fields with each of the proposed 20 pens alone measuring 120m in circumference.

New starts settling into school life
News
New starts settling into school life

A healthy intake of 32 pupils started their schooling on Arran this year with each one of the island’s six primary schools enrolling at least one new pupil.

Number 16 wins best local restaurant award
Business
Number 16 wins best local restaurant award

Arran’s regular pop up restaurant, Number 16, has been named as the best local restaurant in Scotland by the Good Food Guide whose readers nominated it as their favourite local eatery.

Joining hands in protest at fish farm
News
Joining hands in protest at fish farm

The Community of Arran Seabed Trust (COAST) will be forming a kilometre long human chain running the length of the proposed fish farm at Millstone Point to help residents visualise the extent of the development.

Sport
Ready to make a splash in Lamlash

Training sessions for the Splash have been disrupted this year due to the number of jellyfish in both Brodick and Lamlash bays in recent weeks.  Most of them now seem to have gone so hopefully today (Saturday) the sea will be jelly free!

Leisure
Prepare for bank holiday

With GP practices closed over the September bank holiday weekend, North Ayrshire residents are being urged to prepare to cope with any common health concerns.

Leisure
Changes on the way to Arran

Arran ‘Changes’ 2019, which is being held from Sunday November 3 to Wednesday November 6 in Blackwaterfoot, is aimed to entrain and entertain all those who attend.