The Scottish Daily Mail today published an article stating that EU warnings are to be posted at 17 beaches in Scotland including Nairn Central and East.
According to the paper this is because of EU health rules and that the beaches
|A page in today's Scottish Daily Mail 14/5/16|
concerned have had their water quality measured as poor over a four year period.
The journalists who wrote the article spoke to Visit Nairn's Iain Fairweather who said:
"I can't argue against a legal ruling, but I think people will struggle to understand why it is unsafe. I would like to see the criteria for which they judge a beach unsafe - it may be that more stringent controls are being applied now."
A slightly different article in the UK edition of the Daily Mail is available on line here and the full content of the Scottish article appears to be available on this "Press Reader" app here.
A story that combines the EU, Nairn tourism, our beaches and an overloaded sewage and/or storm drain system that dumps offending material into the river and the sea at times of stress?