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The Lesley Riddoch Show

Yesterday as part of our celebrations, the Lesley Riddoch Show for BBC Scotland, was broadcast live just before the official hand over of the money.

It was a very lively discussion with many locals taking part. Lesley can be very intimidating and frightened quite a few with her forthright manner. She wanted views from all age groups, so that listeners were able to get a better picture of how everyone has been affected by the takeover.

Lesley Riddoch

A prominent conservative MSP joined in the lively telephone debate concerning the money that was handed out to purchase the island. Many locals including the chairman of the Heritage Trust vigorously disputed his criticisms.

It has been a great achievement for the Islanders to pay back the million pounds that we owed the Scottish Land Unit, thus enabling some other community to get the same chance as we did.

Margaret

 



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