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Date registered: March 3, 2012

Latest posts

  1. Get on with the day job — May 1, 2017
  2. Rothesay ready for a change — April 20, 2017
  3. Training for the future — April 10, 2017
  4. Ambitious plans for Rothesay Pavilion — April 7, 2017
  5. Candidates announced for May’s Council Elections — March 27, 2017

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Sep 03


Like other areas in Argyll, Bute has a need for modern facilities, but seems to be last in line when it comes to funding these resources.   Parking is becoming an issue in the town, with a growing number of motorists but no rise in parking provision—in fact with restrictions in street parking we have …

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Mar 14

Healthy Living and Recreation

 I recognise the vital contribution made to the vibrancy and wellbeing of our community by sporting, cultural and recreational services. Whether it’s the library, sports pitches, swimming pool or golf courses, we want to see the fullest range of first class leisure facilities available to local people and visitors to our area.

Mar 14

The Best Start In Life

A good primary and secondary education is the key to a bright future for all our children. It is the path to a rewarding and fulfilling career or to the opportunitites of further education.   That’s why I support continued investment in the fabric of our local schools to ensure teachers have at their disposal the resources …

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Mar 14

Improving Local Services

  I will be working hard to improve services for residents across our area. I want services that respond to the aspirations of all our commuities; cleaner streets; good schools offering the best possible education; a housing service that meets the needs of tenants; better sport, leisure and cultural provision; support for local jobs. And …

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Mar 03

Peter Wallace selected to fight for Bute

  Local businessman Peter Wallace has been selected as your candidate for the forthcoming local elections in May. He was brought up and educated on the island and lives with his wife and three children in Ballochgoy. Peter successfully runs The Carpet Warehousein Rothesay. Peter is involved with many local organisations trying to make a …

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