The difficulties that new EU Directive classifications for the Central and East beaches might create for Nairn's tourism industry have been highlighted in an article in the Tuesday edition of the Inverness Courier. Yesterday we highlighted how Fergus Ewing has taken this up as an urgent issue (see article below).
Anyway the Courier quote Provost Laurie Fraser in relation to new bathing warning signs that may have to appear under EU rules. According to the paper he said:
"They are just signs that are going up giving additional information to bathers. We have to move with the times and we have to do what the EU wants." More in yesterday's edition of the Inverness Courier.