The Riverside Paths are one of Nairn's natural assets for both visitors and locals alike. Our riverside correspondent Murd Dunbar reports that there is now a despertate need for the path verges to be trimmed. These images from Murd clearly show a seat disappearing under rampant Sweet Cicely. When plant material gets this high close to the path it then starts to overhang during wet spells, hampering progress on the paths.
Gurnites will recall that questions were asked about an ealier, seemingly unnecessary cut this year. Time for the contractors to get back round the river or for the job to be returned to local control?