8th April 2020
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Cullivoe road meeting postponed

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A public meeting scheduled to take place this afternoon (Tuesday) has fallen victim to the weather.

Safety concerns are one of the reasons the Cullivoe Road is now a priority.

The event in the Cullivoe hall was to discuss proposed improvements to the B9082 Cullivoe Road. But it has been postponed due to the weather, with gale-force winds leading to the suspension of the ferry service.

The meeting has been rescheduled to take place on Monday 16th December in the hall, between 2pm and 8pm.

About Adam Civico

The Shetland Times editor since October 2012. Born and bred in South Yorkshire, before moving to Shetland I was assistant editor at the Barnsley Chronicle, where my journalism career began. When not editing The Shetland Times I can be found walking or (occasionally) running, enjoying good food, or trying to find the latest Sheffield Wednesday result. Contact me with your news and views about Shetland – a.civico@shetlandtimes.co.uk, on Twitter @adamcivico or telephone 01595 746715.

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One comment

  1. Helen Turnbull

    I hope everyone is safe in Shetland as you have rain and gales we have fires and heatwaves. 2 million hectares have burnt in Australia. Our koala’s are endangered as a lot of their habitat has burnt.
    Stay safe everyone and don’t take risks
    Helen Turnbull


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