Sandy Park will not be at the Sandown inquiry tomorrow he has a meeting in Inverness and quite a meeting it is:
'Closing swimming pools, community centres and museums have been suggested as ways for Highland Council to save millions of pounds.
Youth work and the provision of adult education could also be reviewed.
Officials have produced a draft list of buildings and services that the public could be asked to consider as part of the council's efforts to save £36m.
Councillors will discuss the planned public consultation process at a meeting on Thursday.'
More on the BBC site. There's no mention of anything closing in Nairn but could HC eventually pull the plug on subsidies for our Community Centre - and the swimming pool here? It doesn't bear thinking about but these days nothing is sacrosant.