Friday, 8 March 2013

End of Sanda


Sanda is the ultimate Scottish island, at least in the south-west, with its location relatively close to Northern Island. It has been a stopping place for those sailing and, during the past two years, for those wanting to be ferried to stay and / or eat in acclaimed and luxuriously-appointed, newly-renovated premises. These opportunities have now ended with the island becoming a private place. Part of the story behind this change of status for the island is available in a Campbeltown Courier report.


Scottish Islands Explorer - its public access is both necessary and vital

3 comments:

Christina Macaulay said...

I think this is completely outrageous. Have they not heard of the right to roam? I hope a campaign is started locally - maybe a mass trespass - how can they ban people from what is part of our heritage?

Christina Macaulay said...

I think this is completely outrageous. Have they not heard of the right to roam? I hope a campaign is started locally - maybe a mass trespass - how can they ban people from what is part of our heritage?

Christina Macaulay said...

think this is completely outrageous. Have they not heard of the right to roam? I hope a campaign is started locally - maybe a mass trespass - how can they ban people from what is part of our heritage?