The entire Wales Coast Path team would like to wish good luck to the Rotarians in their efforts to develop a coastal route around the Rhins of Galloway. Your reader, John Thompson, was right in pointing out the economic benefits of a coast path.
The capacity turnout at Monday evening’s public meeting at the Ryan Centre highlights the frustration felt by many about the absence of effective communications and consultation with Stranraer residents on waterfront and regeneration issues.
THERE is an old saying: be careful what you wish for. How true. No doubt there are many who are clapping their hands in glee at the prospect of a major supermarket taking up the Barnkirk site on the edge of Newton Stewart.
I SEE from my good friend Peter Walker’s (who writes as a Pinwherry resident and not as chair of Pinwherry and Pinmore Community Council) letter in last week’s Gazette that he suggests a windfarm for the sea off Girvan in response to what he sees as Girvan and District Community Council’s supposed embracing of wind farm developments in the Carrick area.