2017 News

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11th February 2017
The Bachuil Project Feasibility Study and associated documents
Provided by Lismore Community Trust for 11th February 2017
2nd February 2017
Appin Lismore Community Cares Newsletter

Appin Lismore Community Cares' first newsletter can be found here.

Provided by Mary MacDougall on 29th January 2017
31st January 2017
Bachuil Project – Next Steps
Provided by Lismore Community Trust on 31st January 2017
31st January 2017
Growing Gaelic in Argyll

Argyll and Bute Council has been successful in securing Scottish Government funding to let communities decide how 15,000 could be used to strengthen and grow Gaelic across the area. More information in these press releases in Gaelic and English.

Provided by Lismore Community Council on 31st January 2017
31st January 2017
Calling Lismore Residents

Calling Lismore Residents: An Exciting Opportunity!

Would you like to take over the running of Isle of Lismore Community Website? Could you gather together a team to run it with you?

Isle of Lismore Community Website in its current form seeks to present and promote the island to the outside world, and to provide information of interest to the community. It also houses an archive of information and photographs relating to island life over the past sixteen years. There are sections on the rich history of the island and on the wonderful flora and fauna that can be observed and enjoyed today.

The current Website team are beginning to feel that both they as administrators and the Website in its current form are coming to the end of their natural shelf life. The majority of the team intend to stand down in the near future and ideally would like to hand over complete control to a younger group with fresh ideas and more up-to-date technical skills.

IT skills are only part of the story, however. Journalistic and photographic skills, for example, would also be desirable, with each member of the new team contributing his or her particular strength.

It could be possible that some form of training might be made available to interested parties. In addition, the current Website team would provide full support, where required, during the handover period.

Involvement in this exciting project could present a great opportunity to practise and improve your own skills and would be an enhancement to any CV. And of course you would be providing a valuable service to your community as well as having complete creative freedom to develop this service in your own way.

If interested please come along to a meeting in the Hall on  Thursday 2nd March 2017 at 7.30pm.

If you would like to discuss this with the current team or have any questions email us on:
administrator@isleoflismore.com

Provided by Website Team on 31st January 2017
27th January 2017
Self Directed Services

Argyll TSI is offering advice, education and support to people who have a vested interest in Self Directed Support either for themselves or a family member. There are leaflets in the Hall waiting room and scans here and here.

Provided by Lismore Community Council on 27th January 2017
26th January 2017
SSE Priority Services

SSE has supplied information about a service to provide extra help to vulnerable people during a power cut. There is more information here or there are paper versions in the Hall waiting room and shop.

Provided by Lismore Community Council on 26th January 2017
25th January 2017
Hospital Consultation

There is a proposal to move the children's inpatient, day surgery and short stay medical assessment ward, Ward 15, from the Royal Alexandra Hospital in Paisley to the new Royal Hospital for Children in Govan. The consultation on this proposal runs until Monday 6th February 2017.

There are a number of ways to find out more about what is being proposed and why, ask any questions, and tell them what you think:

Provided by Lismore Community Council on 25th January 2017
18th January 2017
Advocacy Service Newsletter

A newsletter containing information that may be of interest to people with a health condition that has lasted / will last a year or longer can be found here.

Provided by Lismore Community Council on 18th January 2017
17th January 2017
Planning Consultation

The Scottish Government has launched a digital consultation on the plans for the future of the Scottish planning system. They are looking for our views on 20 proposals that can be found in this 50 page document. There is more information about the consultation here (including a telephone number and email address for questions) and the actual consultation can be found here. The closing date for the consultation is 4th April 2017.

Provided by Lismore Community Council on 17th January 2017
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