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January issue 2019

It’s Electrifying!

“Have you been yet? You must go. It’s amazing!” was the beat from the street during the four night full-house run of Tobermory High School’s production of “Grease”. It did not disappoint.
40 years since the release of the film “Grease,” the story is a familiar one: girl meets boy, they like each other; they go through testing times; they learn and grow; they declare their love for each other in a joyful finale.
Holly MacLean’s Sandy was the sweet girl at the centre, singing wonderful solos. Conor Garvey, as Danny, was a stage presence packed with likeable verve.
They had a wealth of talented support. Nina Anderson’s impeccably glamorous and sardonic Rizzo; Flori Lawrence’s sympathetic Frenchy; Alex Geddes’s enchanting Jan; Camrie MacInnes’s tricky, vivacious Patty; Kalista Knight’s vulnerable “woman of the world”: the Pink Ladies taught Sandy about young womanhood ... more in the full issue Photo © AJ Macleod

Christmas Lights Switch-On

This year's Christmas Lights switch-on and Late Night Shopping event in Tobermory was by all accounts a huge success.
Stewart Cattanach, who had the idea of late night shopping 7 years ago, said 'I was just amazed how many people were there in the street, it was heaving! The most important thing about this night is that it’s grown so many arms and legs naturally, people just get involved and do things off their own backs, they’re all part of it and they make it what it is' ... more in the full issue

Craignure Pier

Many who attended the recent ‘drop-ins’ held to unveil the ‘options’ for a new pier in Craignure were shocked at the scale of the structures being suggested. The phrase 'Dover in Craignure' has been used, and all were agreed that the size of the ferry terminal in particular, intended to hold 1,500 people, is inappropriate for Mull. However we have been assured by Mott MacDonald, who drew up the report, that this is only the initial consultation stage, and that the scale can be reduced.
The STAG report contains 4 'long-term options' (for a brand new pier) and 3 'interim options' for strengthening and lengthening the current pier. However it is still possible to modify these, and you can have input until the end of 3rd January 2019 via an online survey - see below. Indeed Mull Community Council and various individuals have already submitted completely different proposals ... more in the full issue