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Agenda and public invitation for 12 May online meeting of Nairn River Community Council

As advertised in today's Nairnshire Telegraph , Nairn River Community Council will be holding an online public meeting next Tuesday 12th May from 7.30 - 9.30 pm. Here is the Agenda

AGENDA for Nairn River Community Council online meeting 12 May 2020

Any member of the public in Nairn wishing to attend/observe the online meeting should send an email with their first name, name of street and post code to and request the link to join the meeting.  There will be time for public questions if technology permits.

(Note that this meeting was cut short due to technical difficulties and we are not planning any more online public meetings in the immediate future until we can iron these out and include everyone.)

We will continue to keep you informed and in touch with local issues on this website as best we can
and have added a new Community Information page to keep you updated during current lockdown and beyond-  this will signpost you to local sources of support and inf…

Nairn River Community Council Lockdown update and March 10th Minutes

We hope that everyone is staying safe at home and keeping well in these strange times.
Since 23rd March  Nairn River Community Council has been in lockdown, but members have remained active working from home and continue to serve the local community.

Our members have had a steep 'learning curve' mastering online meetings using the Cisco Webex platform, and trying out Google voting to make decisions by email .
With public meetings cancelled, our members agreed to donate  £125 from our operational grant (usually spent on  room hire, and press adverts), to the newly formed Nairn Task Force to fund ID badges for  community volunteers helping vulnerable local households with shopping and deliveries.
For more information on this see our  Community Information page on this website 
Community Councillors have continued in lockdown to respond by phone and email to individual residents' concerns and questions and we have kept a close eye on Planning matters.
After a 'practice r…

Nairn River CC Next Meeting 7 30 Tuesday 10 March

Nairn River Community Council is holding its next public meeting on Tuesday 10th March at Nairn Community and Arts Centre from 7 30 . All welcome
Here is the AGENDA .  Lots to talk about from Town Centre developments and possible demolitions to proposed Parking Charges which are back on Highland Council's agenda again this year

Nairn River Community Council back up and running Feb 2020

Nairn River Community Council is now back up and running in 2020 after a year off

Our first meeting was in February
Minutes of meeting February 11th 2020
Our  next two public meetings  are Tuesday March 10th  and Tuesday April 14th* both at 7 30 at Nairn Community and Arts Centre ( *due to lockdown members met online on 14 April)

Please send your concerns and questions to  or chair@nairnrivercc or contact  any of our 12 newly elected volunteer members, listed below
( see our Members page  for contact details)

Tommy Hogg ( Chair)
Hamish Bain (Vice Chair)
Mandy Lawson ( Secretary)
Veronica Mackinnon ( Treasurer)
Steven Bain
Peter Gibson
Ian Gordon
Simon Noble
Paul McIvor
Stewart Stansfield
David Thomson
Katrina Woods

Nairn River CC represents around 5600 residents of  Fishertown, High Street, Lochloy, Merryton, Balmakeith, Broadhill, Boathpark,Househill, Queenspark and Mill Road areas .If you are not sure if …