Thursday, May 27, 2021

NRCC Meeting to elect a new Vice-Chair


Comhairle Coimhearsnachd Abhainn Narann  


A public meeting of the Nairn River Community Council 

 will be held online via Zoom on 

Thursday, 3rd June 2021 7:30 pm  



A G E N D A             


  1. Members Present and Apologies. 
  2. Election of Vice-Chair 
  3. Chair closes meeting. 



Members of the Public wishing to attend the NRCC Meeting should send an email to: including their name and postcode. 

The invitations will be sent close to the meeting date. 


NRCC will not admit anonymous or people identifying with something other than their own name to any meeting

NRCC AGM 7:30 PM Wednesday 16th June 2021 on Zoom


Comhairle Coimhearsnachd Abhainn Narann 


Annual General Meeting 


7:30 PM Wednesday 16th June 2021 on Zoom 


Any members of the public wishing to join the meeting should email 

to request the link (providing their full name, street name and postcode) 

Monday, May 24, 2021

Parking charges on Nairn Common Good Land - Unpopular Highland Council move to be discussed at Community Council online meeting Monday 31st May 2021, at 7pm

Nairn Social media has been busy this week with many decrying the Highland Council parking charge machines now installed at the Links, Maggot and Harbour. The charges are voluntary for now but many have been predicting that will change in the near future. An online poll shows Nairn folk against the charges by a majority of about 10-1. The situation will be discussed by Nairn West and Suburban Community Council on Monday evening (31st May). 

Full Agenda for meeting here. 

Tuesday, May 04, 2021

Both Votes big yellow bus hits town - how will it turn out for the SNP on the list vote this time round?

 Lead SNP list candidate Emma Roddick on the links this lunchtime

Emma told the Gurn that she thought the list representation for the SNP was on a knife edge but that if all the SNP support turns out on Thursday then there could be two MSPs elected for the party on the list. 

Out there on the Internet there are as many theories as to what to do with your list vote as there are days of the week but the message on the side of the big yellow bus is a resolute one and the SNP are sticking to it.