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Brora's new community bus launched


By Staff Reporter


From left: Kathleen Cunningham and Lee Bright from Brora Community Council, who are on the panel which facilitates Gordonbush community funds, with Brora Community Enterprise’s James Ross, Shirley Mackay and George Gunn; Fiona Morrison (SSE) and Russell Rekhy, also BCE. Picture: Louise Mackay.
From left: Kathleen Cunningham and Lee Bright from Brora Community Council, who are on the panel which facilitates Gordonbush community funds, with Brora Community Enterprise’s James Ross, Shirley Mackay and George Gunn; Fiona Morrison (SSE) and Russell Rekhy, also BCE. Picture: Louise Mackay.

BRORA Community Enterprises launched its new community bus on Saturday.

It was funded by SSE through their Gordonbush Wind Farm community benefit fund.

Fiona Morrison from SSE Renewables said: “This donation of a minibus to Brora Community Enterprises is a great example of the help and support that is available through the Gordonbush community fund, as it will make a real difference to a wide range of people in the area.

“We are delighted to be able to support this great cause and I’m sure that the minibus will see lots of use all the year round.”

Pictured are Kathleen Cunningham and Lee Bright from Brora Community Council, with Brora Community Enterprises’ James Ross, Shirley Mackay and George Gunn; Fiona Morrison (SSE) and Russell Rekhy, also BCE.

Picture: Louise Mackay.



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