A step forward
Posted: Sunday, 20 July 2008
No one on Jura supports this stupid overland idea and the people running the passenger ferry certainly do not. As long as we all stand together it will never go ahead. I do feel sorry for the gardeners who have lost plants to the stags but they are such sweet creatures. Where is this meat plant going to be built? I have heard rumours about it with apparently a questionnaire going about asking for comments but I never received one. Who is going to build it? Is this another of these secret projects. I am not sure I approve anyway. We do not want a smelly meat plant in the village. Our efforts must be to keep this a quiet and peaceful place.
unhappy from craighouse
News on Jura, do the stags actually approach people ...? This surprises me, for I thought they were timid around people ...
soaplady from bit surprised ...
Deer newsonjura, a major deer problem in Craighouse, we all know this. What has happened to your investigative powers. You should have told the people of Jura the real reason for the problem. It has nothing to do with the JCC. These poor trapped deer just can not get back to Islay because ASP have cut the number of sailings. Perhaps that nice new passenger ferry will give them a discount to cross to the mainland! The Community Council, quick of the mark with passion and speed. Ah.ah.ah.ah.ah.ah. I suppose it is all relative. What great success? Something has happened? Oh deer, oh deer newsonjura, you ask, ‘how long is Argyll & Bute going to let them waste time and money’. Do you not yet know, that is all Argyll and Bute can do! Deer newsonjura, it is time to tell us a story we do not know. Ps/ Perhaps best not spend much time with your four legged friends, just in case you have an unexpected visit to the venison plant in Knockrome.
Fly the flag from Jura
Who says no one wants the "stupid" overland route, unhappy? Maybe the white settlers who are now running this place on our behalf don't, but plenty of fed-up natives do.
Jurahoora from Whirlpool