Monday, June 13, 2005

Protecting the Scottish Countryside

A subject well out of Nairnshire but appearing in the P&J letters column today is a fine piece scripted by a certain Tony Taylor of Stonehaven. He gives his impressions of driving past Auchterarder and Gleneagles just now. Miles and miles of double security fences it seems with guard posts and watch towers, cameras etc, etc.
Tony says:
I don’t know how much this is costing but we, the general public, can take comfort from the fact that the police and the army are doing all they can to contain these dangerous people, and prevent them from escaping into the Scottish Countryside.

1 comment:

Nairn said...

Crikey, I didn't know the venue for the annual Tory conference had been moved!