Due to present health issues our activities are limited. Contacts Alan Millar 220915 John Bottomley 220633 Everyone should use whatever gift he has received to serve others. 1 Peter 4 v 10Read More
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WHHA have been in touch with Tiree Trust and asked us to relay the message that if anyone is concerned about meeting rent payments please get in touch with them early on via the usual channels – email@example.com or 01631 566451.In terms of repairs and maintenance there will likely be an interruption to the normal service which they appreciate will be more difficult as people are spending more time at home.WHHA do not want people to worry […]Read More
Our office manager will be at work in the business centre but will not be engaging in any face to face meetings. If you require any printing or information from Norma please contact her by ‘phone 220520 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We will do our best to help. An Tirisdeach will be published as normal at the moment. Thank you TCB DirectorsRead More
Tiree Library will close at 5pm Today Wednesday 18th March until further notice.Read More
Could we please advise our customers that we are also going to take precautions where possible with regards to the coronavirus . It is not recommended that children be brought into the post office. Due to the limited space we ask that only one person visits at a time. Could we all be respectful of each other and ensure we follow the safety guidelines outlined by the government. Many thanks for your cooperation at this […]Read More
Coll & Tiree Vets IMPORTANT To protect our clients and your Vet we have been given local medical advice and are implementing the following changes immediately:· All open surgeries are cancelled.· Please telephone to book a timed appointment.· Bring your mobile phone to your appointment, drive to the front door of the practice and wait in your car. If we don’t see immediately that you are there, telephone us.· If you need medication or crofting […]Read More
TAIC: Tiree Action in the Community Argyll and Bute Council staff on the island, members of Cùram, the Trust and a number of volunteers have come together to create a safety net called TAIC (taic means ‘help or support’ in Gaelic). This is for people on the island who need to isolate themselves at home for whatever reason during the next few months of the corona virus epidemic. Individuals and families with the disease will […]Read More