Gurnites will remember that last Christmas several citizens set about decorating the Christmas tree themselves as the Council didn't have the cash to do anything with the bare spruce set up on the Royal Bank grass.
Speaking at the River Community Council meeting last week Michael Green was enigmatic but he promised a "fabulous" Christmas celebration. He said:
"You will be absolutely amazed at Christmas when the lights are switched on." Michael told the meeting that he will be seeking cash help from the town's community councils to help pay for the event.
He then continued: "I wish I could tell you all about it but I've got to get permission and I could prejudice it if I told you what it was."
I can see the headline now 'Michael Green lights up the sky'
Shame he can't see that for some Nairnites there are more important issues than a few fairy lights
Give the guy a break he has done a lot more in his short time as a councilor than some have in all there times as one !
I hope it's not that b..... Bear again!
totally agree with 8:42. While its nice to have decorations, there is more pressing matters to spend money on or is this just an exercise to boost profile.
FFS, let's celebrate Christmas shall we?
Please remember do not refer to it as Christmas as it may upset the professionally offended. Its winter festival.
A 'bare spruce' sums up Christmas for many of us, don't knock it till you've had to try it
@anon 13.16 very interesting theory but anonymity has its limits
"I wish I could tell you all about it but I've got to get permission and I could prejudice it if I told you what it was."
Does he have a direct line to Santa then or maybe just one of the elves.
Maybe Rudolf will make an appearance.
Oh the suspense that this man has created, awesome individual, should be knighted in the New Year's honor list
Could I take this opportunity to wish all my friends and family a very
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year
as once again I find myself financially embarrassed and won't be sending cards or gifts (again) this year
I will not be sending cards this year either as,,,,1, the greedy price of stamps,,and 2,i,m a miserable beggar,,,
should have called me titus aduxas
Well done Michael at least you get off your arse and do things unlike the others
Great to see something happening. Michael really is the only councillor that you see doing things in and for Nairn..... If the others were to put in the same effort, imagine what could get done!
Aye, Christmas would be cancelled without Michael Green
Well done Michael Green. It is a brave man who actually sets out to do things in Nairn and subsequently makes them happen. For every doer there will be dozens (hundreds??) of moaners, critics
Thanks for the contributions - subject a little exhausted now - thread now closed.
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