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C4C to hold 'Town Hall' meetings to update East Sutherland communities on Coul Links golf plan


By Caroline McMorran

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Communities for Coul (C4C) is to hold a series of virtual meetings with East Sutherland Communities, beginning tomorrow, Tuesday, May 18.

The ‘Town Hall’ meetings will each run for an hour and will be chaired by well-known local people who are not members of C4C.

There will be a meeting each for Golspie, Brora, Embo and Dornoch.

Coul Links
Coul Links

At the outset of the meetings, representatives of C4C will present the Coul Links vision ‘Creating Prospects and Protecting Places’. The webinar will finish with questions and answers.

C4C director Gordon Sutherland said: “We really hope as many people will make the time to come and listen to the plans which C4C have spent the last 10 months pulling together.

Whether you are in favour of a golf course at Coul Links, against it, or undecided, we hope you will come along to hear our plans, because we believe this development could be really transformative for our communities.

Anyone wishing to take part in the meeting can register for their chosen event at C4C’s website www.communies4coul.scot/ or Facebook page. Links to the webinar will then be sent by email.

The four meetings will take place as follows:

Golspie - May 18 from 7pm. Chaired by Henrietta Marriott.

Brora - May 19 from 7pm. Chaired by Deirdre Mackay.

Embo - May 24 from 7pm. Chaired by Jim McGillivray.

Dornoch - May 27 from 7pm. Chaired by Yvonne Ross.


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