Public say on railway shake up
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Public say on railway shake up

ScotRail are inviting members of the public to have their say in a public consultation on a new timetable set to be introduced in May next year which will affect rail services throughout Scotland.

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Travelling abroad has changed

The pandemic has changed the way we travel abroad. The Government has put in place a traffic light system – green, amber, red – designed to tell you the actions that need to be taken on return from overseas travel. Other changes have been made because the UK has left the EU.

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Renewal funding is available

North Ayrshire Council is inviting organisations on Arran to apply for funding from the UK Community Renewal Fund to assist with efforts aimed at helping to rebuild the economy and local communities following the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Arran’s Food Journey secures funding boost

Arran’s Food Journey aims to collate and tell Arran’s food story to encourage more sustainable food tourism, improving collaboration between food businesses, increasing sustainability and encouraging consumers to champion local products.