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The blue river looks fantastic.It must have taken a lot of work planting all those bulbs!Isn't it a pity we couldn't get a group of like minded people to paint the regal building, probably just a couple of weekends. How good would that be?
what colour would you like for it? as for the work that was put in too this planting yes it took a wee while but thanks to all those who helped with it, thank you for your positive comments on our work.
Growtosow is Nairns Capability Brown, Percy Thrower, Jim McCallall rolled into one & with all thegreen fingered helpers must be congratulated on making the town that bit more colourful thanks to their horticultural skills its a pity that there is no local demolition men or magicians who could not make a not so Regal building disappear.Happy
I don,t agree with demolishing the Regal building.The highest part of the building is Art Deco and if cleaned and painted could be a landmark for Nairn and not the eyesore it is now. I personally would not be surprised if one day it does not become a protected building.
Very bad English on my last comment(lets just call it a typing error)-----------it should read I personally would be surprised if it does not become a protected building-- had to correct that -it was annoying me.
if the regal was done up and used it would be great, but to leave in the state it is in at the moment is not on, and the owners of the building should be pulled up for it, what a advert for nairn, so much for a caring sharing co op, they are doing nothing about this shame on you.
thank you too happy daffy for you comments on the work done by the keeping nairnshire colourful group, we try and do our best and thanks to all the help we get from other groups from the town, we can keep on making nairnshire colourful for years to come, its our town so its good to give something back for us all to enjoy.
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