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2 months ago
Yesterday the First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, announced further indicative dates for our careful and cautious transition out of lockdown.
This includes the re-opening of self-catering accommodation and a relaxation of the 5-mile distance travel restriction from July 3.Yesterday the First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, announced further indicative dates for our careful and cautious transition out of lockdown.
This includes the re-opening of self-catering accommodation and a relaxation of the 5-mile distance travel restriction from July 3.
From July 15 we can expect to see hairdressers and barbers re-opening as well as museums, libraries and cinemas.
More details are available on the routemap. pictured, and via www.gov.scot/publications/coronavirus-covid-19-scotlands-route-map-indicative-dates-remainder-pha...
In addition to an up to date routemap for Phase 2 into Phase 3 being published, CalMac has today provided me with details about how ferry services across Argyll & Bute will operate over the next few weeks.
I am grateful to all their staff for their hard work over the last few months; I know that this must have been challenging.
The next timetable update due to be published tomorrow (Friday) will provide guidance on the new timetable due to run from July 1 -14. This timetable will include the start of a two-vessel service to Islay.
A further update to the timetable, due to apply from July 15, will be published on July 2, and will include the commencement of a two-vessel service to Mull and Arran.
Due to the continued need for social distancing capacity will still be limited and while there will be some provision for passengers who have been unable to make a booking, bookings should be made on routes where this has been specified.
I have made enquiries with CalMac regarding the situation for those living on Bute and have been told that following extensive community feedback, the Wemyss Bay/Rothesay route will not be made bookable and will continue to operate on a turn up and go basis.
Again, however, as a result of social distancing guidelines, capacity will still be extremely limited and boarding will be done on a first come first served basis and it may be the case that not all vehicles presenting at ports are able to board.
To keep up to date with timetables visit www.calmac.co.uk or call Enquiries and Reservations 0800 066 5000.
Please remember that as we continue to transition out of lockdown we can only make progress as long as people follow guidance including public health measures like regular handwashing and wearing face coverings where necessary. ... See MoreSee Less
5 months ago
Today my parliamentary inbox has been inundated by emails from constituents telling me of many people arriving in Argyll & Bute to “escape” the virus.
This is hugely irresponsible behaviour.
One village store owner told me he was busier today than he’d expect to be at the height of summer.
People have to understand that our fragile rural and island communities have extremely limited resources and are simply not equipped to cope with such an influx of visitors, particularly at this very difficult time.
So I appeal to those who and those who may be thinking about it, please do not use use our islands or rural communities as a bolthole. ... See MoreSee Less