Monday, February 16, 2009

Sign the MacLean Court petition at 'Bikes and Buggies'

If you haven't had a chance to sign the petition yet then pop into Bikes and Buggies in Leopold Street the next time you are in town.

David Brownless the proprietor told the Gurn in another thread that he would also be taking the petition to the next meeting of Auldearn community councillors. He said, 'Sadly, it's only a meeting of Councillors, rather than a CC meeting but any additional signatures that can be gathered will increase the pressure for common sense to prevail, and, as importantly, increase awareness of the situation. We have a parent council meeting at the school the following week, and I'll make sure we get a few more 'onside' on the evening itself.'

Do you have a copy of the petition in your shop or business? If you have please tell the Gurn and we'll let everyone know.

Gurnites get involved: go to the MacLean Court campaign tool kit page.

3 comments:

dr-grigor said...

How about getting a load of supporters together, go down to maclean court, linking our arms together completly covering the front of the building and inviting the press for pics ?

Graisg said...

That worked well with the Harbour Street Post Office demo Doc. A struggle Nairn Lost but the community feeling that it generated was enourmous. This time we must win. Why not come along to the meeting with Liz and suggest it. I'm sure there would be a lot of support for such an event.

iRight said...

I think Doc the idea of a march is an excellent idea, but as we are getting into the realms of protest here should we not keep ideas for the meeting with Liz? We don't want to lose the element of surprise!