Schools went back on Arran this week with some parents breathing a huge sigh of relief.
The UK’s new trading relationship with the EU means that businesses are able to seize new opportunities as we strike trade deals with the world’s fastest growing markets. Outside the EU customs union, there are also new processes and rules which they have been preparing for.
A new assessment reveals that carbon-rich seabed habitats are continuing to decline on the west coast of Scotland, prompting calls for urgent action by the Our Seas coalition.
The Clyde Coast and Garnock Valley Crematorium has made a much needed £4,000 donation to North Ayrshire Foodbank, to directly help local people in crisis during these exceptionally difficult times that we are all experiencing as a result of the pandemic and the lockdown.
The organisation which provides gym and sports facilities on Arran has come up with a recovery and renewal plan which aims to help them build back from the Covid-19 pandemic.
On Valentine’s Day locals on Arran twinned with Greenpeace Glasgow to show love for sustainable travel, a critically important area in reducing pollution and meeting carbon targets to mitigate the climate crisis.