AGM

The Association of Nairn Businesses will hold its AGM in the Music room at Nairn Community Centre at 7pm on Monday 30th May.

 

Postcard from the edge, or near to it

As  despatched  to Keith Brown MSP , Transport Minister  .

 

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We will keep you informed of any response......

 

Street Market thanks

The sun shone. The people came. Fun was had.

We are very pleased to say that the first street market in Nairn for many years has been  a tremendous success.

Busy from early in the day, some stallholders were completely sold out before noon and there were more people on the High Street than have been seen for many years.

The Association of Nairn Businesses would like to thank everyone involved in making the day a success: the members of the organising committee, stallholders,  the Highland Council for their support, the Boys Brigade and Army cadets for their help with the marshalling, all the musicians and Kim & Alan Brown for their work in organising all the music and everyone who came along on the day to make it such a success.

 

Roadworks/Streetscape

As mentioned in a prevous article, the snagging starts on the Streetscape on Monday 11th April - hopefully it will be done quickly and without any great disruption.

We've also been led to believe that a meeting is to take place between the Highalnd Council, Bear  & Transport Scotland to try and make some sense out of the wave of roadworks madness which currently sees the town gridlocked on a daily basis. Our plans to contact the Scottish Transport Minister to see if he has any idea of what's happening have come to nothing  as we don't seem to have a Transport Minister, or any other sort of Minister, at the moment due to the impending election.

A bit like buses, we'll just have to wait and I'm sure another one will come along. A bit like buses, it may be a little late though.

 

Access Panel survey

The Nairn Access Panel are to send representatives into the High Street over the next few weeks to make  a study of the situation  regarding access to shops, cafes  and other premises for those who have restricted mobility or suffer from impaired vision.

 

There are many easy and affordable ways that businesses can improve access facilities and we'll take advice from the Access Panel when they have had chance to  collate the information they've  gathered.

 
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