Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Cllr Fallows talking Nairn Tourism.

Cllr Fallows at the Nairn, Badenoch & Strathspey Area Committee meeting on the 3rd of December.

”I think for my money Nairn and the County of Nairn has undoubtedly got sufficient   critical mass to be able to do the same trick I believe. Not lest because Nairn sits centrally in one context, it has the wonders of the big city to one side and it has the Moray Coastal Trail and the attractions of the like of Findhorn and so on to the other side. And to the south  of it it has the Cairngorms National Park. Looking at that kind of central position in that context with all of the attraction of its own beaches and its own golf courses and  so on and  the like of Cawdor Castle just up the road. When you actually put all that lot together of course there’s critical mass. Of course there’s sufficient there to be able to say we can do this and I think it’s a kind of hole in the tourism marketing of the Highlands that needs filling.”

1 comment:

Michael Surmon said...

I totally agree that we are quite centrally located in Nairn..... One of our main straplines at OutThere Campervans is : “I don’t think of living in the Nairn as being in the middle of nowhere – to me, it’s in the middle of everywhere!”