Picture will enlarge. Sainsbury's have opted for the bilingual option on their new signage at Balmakeith. Back in 2008 the Gurn speculated:
"Yes, they've got to get their store up and running first but it would be nice if they did, as they will be the first supermarket inside the Gaidhealtachd for those visitors approaching from the east.
Nairn has a thriving Gaelic choir, just about 200 gaelic speakers according to the last census and now the Gaelic unit at Millbank school. Sainsbury's and Pettifer estates have promised that they will consult widely on the details of their scheme so that presents a chance to lobby for some Gaelic signage at the proposed store."
More pictures of the bilingual signs here. Incidently at the start of the next school year the Gurn understands that the Gaelic unit at Millbank will have 48 pupils.