Tag Archives: development

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Newsletter `An Tirisdeach`, No. 410, 16/2/2008.

Local news and events including the dispute between the trade union Unison and the Council, the wind turbine, Crossapol enterprise zone, youth worker post, the harbour project, an interview with Ian Gillies, the Council budget, a school trip to Glasgow and the results of the cattle sale on 9th February.


Audio recordings of Jean MacCallum of Balevullin talking to Maggie Campbell on 20/6/2007.

Two cassette tapes (labelled AC430 1 & 2) of Jean MacCallum, Balevullin, talking with Maggie Campbell in June 2007. Tape 1 – about her trip to Orkney with Tiree Rural Development, the differences and similarities between the farming practices and way of life there, and the different resources on Orkney. Tape 2 – about her trip with Tiree Rural Development to Orkney and the hand-knitted jackets and waistcoats made there.


Minidisk recording of Lachie MacFadyen of Caoles talking to Maggie Campbell on 4/7/2007.

Lachie MacFadyen of Caoles talks to Maggie Campbell in July 2007 about the Tiree Rural Development to Orkney, how Orkney compare with Tiree, the crofting techniques practised there, the famous bere barley mill, their religious beliefs and the Italian Chapel decorated by Italian POWs.


Newsletter `An Tirisdeach`, No. 392, 26/5/2007.

Localnews and events including the 2007 Windsurfing World Cup and Wave Classic, an update from the Community Trust, SNH photo competition, the proposed closure of 2,500 Post Offices, and an update from Tiree Rural Development.


Newsletter `An Tirisdeach`, No. 386, 3/2/2007.

Local news and events including the new business venture Tiree Fitness Solutions, the Tiree night at the Celtic Connections festival in Glasgow, the touch screen information service, and updates from Tiree Broadband, Tiree Rural Development and TEAR.


Printout of PDF file `Island of Tiree Landscape Capacity for New Housing Final Report` by Alison Grant and Carol Anderson, May 2006.

Report by landscape architects Alison Grant and Carol Anderson on the capacity of Tiree`s landscape to support new housing.

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