Monday, October 06, 2014

Looks nice but a little bit of information required?

One of our regular readers was wondering if any information is ever going to appear in the big new fancy noticeboard that has appeared in Castle Lane Square. Our correspondent says that the noticeboard has been with us for some weeks now and still shows visitors nothing - Welcome to Nairn "a blank space"? 

10 comments:

Cowshed Critic said...

Is it a list of Nairn County's achievements in 2014 ??

Anonymous said...

probably the first notice will read,,,
sorry,money for projected clock has been used for expenses

Anonymous said...

Like the tide times that never change another board to confuse visitors?

Anonymous said...

Is nothing going on? Doesn't the Council have any information? Hasn't anyone got a key?

Anonymous said...

Maybe the Gurn could do a print copy for folk who haven't got internet access, or someone could stick a copy of the Nairnshire in there os a Monday night to save having to wait for the library to open on Tuesday morning

william mckechnie said...

where would I find out what happened to the money Sainsbury,s donated to tidy up the shop fronts in Nairn?as far as I can see,not one shop has benefited from the donation.is it being held in a trust fund till interest rates rise,or has it been used for other things?if I was a the person responsible for donating the monies,i would be asking serious questions about what has happened to it,and either use it for the purpose it was intended,or return it.

Graisg said...

Some shop fronts did get sorted but the application form is just too difficult and stringent to fill in apparently. Highland Council were and are still in charge of the money, the rules for applying are in the process of being changed apparently. Need to know more then go and have a blether with Sheena Baker she will be up to speed with the latest.

Anonymous said...

Looks like the gurn has got all the news again

dr-grigor said...

A complete and utter waste of money,they have no events to advertise, certainly not council organised ones anyway, why instead of wasting money on this sort of thing and put it towards opening up the harbour bridge again !

Anonymous said...

I moved away from Nairn many moons ago, and I don't know how I would survive without my daily gander at the Gurn from Nairn and Nairn when you were a bairn. makes me feel I haven't moved away, Great sites !