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Woman warned by police after disturbance following land purchase meeting at Ardgay


By Caroline McMorran

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A WOMAN was reported to police for a disturbance in Ardgay, which it is understood followed an extraordinary meeting of Ardgay and District Community Council last Tuesday, November 21.

The disturbance followed a meeting in Ardgay.
The disturbance followed a meeting in Ardgay.

During the meeting a unanimous vote saw the refusal to support a transfer of land around Carbisdale Castle.

It was the third attempt to bring public land around the castle into the ownership of Lady Carbisdale, who was present at the meeting as the vice-chairperson of the community council, but was absent for the vote due to a declared conflict of interest.

A police spokesman said: “On the evening of Thursday, November 23, police were called to a report of a disturbance in the Carron Place area of Ardgay.

“Suitable advice was provided and one woman was issued with a Recorded Police Warning following an earlier disturbance on Tuesday, November 21.”


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