Find out the results of ‘Remaking Rothesay’ today

The Remaking Rothesay event featured four days of public discussion at the Isle of Bute Discovery Centre in Rothesay from February 24-27.

The Remaking Rothesay event featured four days of public discussion at the Isle of Bute Discovery Centre in Rothesay from February 24-27.

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The findings from ‘Remaking Rothesay’ - the public event held in the town in February to ask people what the town’s future priorities should be - will be unveiled at an event at the Isle of Bute Discovery Centre today (Wednesday).

Ice Cream Architecture, the Glasgow firm who organised the event, will present the results at a drop-in event, open to all members of the public, in the former Winter Gardens building in Victoria Street between 4pm and 6.30pm.

Remaking Rothesay - in government parlance, an exercise known as a ‘design charrette’ - culminated in four days of public drop-in sessions from February 24 to 27 in which members of the public were asked to share their thoughts on a range of themes, including culture, heritage and tourism, job creation and business support, young people and families, accessibility, re-using buildings, and the promotion of both Rothesay and Bute.

Once you’ve heard the Ice Cream team present your findings, you can find out what the people fighting to be Argyll and Bute’s next representative in the Scottish Parliament want to do to represent the town and the island at The Buteman’s Scottish Parliament hustings, being held at the United Church of Bute and starting at 7pm.