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Q&A on turning round Bute and Cowal population decline

A video link will be provided at Rothesay Academy to a Q&A session on February 3 looking at ways of turning around the population decline in Bute and Cowal.

A video link will be provided at Rothesay Academy to a Q&A session on February 3 looking at ways of turning around the population decline in Bute and Cowal.

 

Time is running out to book a place or submit a question at a Q&A session being organised to look at reversing the declining population in Bute and Cowal.

The event will be held at Dunoon Grammar School on Monday, February 3 from 7-9pm, though a video link will be provided at Rothesay Academy for those on Bute unable to attend in person.

The panel for the event will include Dunoon councillor and Argyll and Bute Council leader Dick Walsh; Barry McEwan, Police Scotland’s senior officer in Argyll, Bute and West Dunbartonshire; Sue Gledhill from Highlands and Islands Enterprise; and Sam Coley from Dunoon-based technology firm Samteq.

There will also be representation from the NHS and the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park.

The event has been organised as a follow-up to interactive workshop sessions held in Rothesay and Dunoon earlier this month.

To book a place and/or to submit a question to the panel please contact 01369 707166 or email communitydevelopment@argyll-bute.gov.uk.

You can also submit your views online by completing a short survey available at www.argyll-bute.gov.uk/forms/cpp-questionnaire.

 

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