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Keeping You Informed – 10th September 2021

Our round up of the latest news and information affecting livelihoods and businesses on Skye.

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STL Licensing Compromise: Proposed Exemption for Registered Accommodation


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Coronavirus (COVID-19) – Ventilation Guidance

Getting fresh air into indoor spaces to help stop the spread of coronavirus.

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Scotland Food & Drink Fortnight

Scotland’s food and drink landscape may have shifted since the beginning of the year but our ambitions remain, proud of the outstanding products being reared, grown and manufactured on our doorstep.

The industry is alive with passionate and talented people, long-established brands and young, innovative businesses who have adapted quickly, taking the challenge in their stride. They are at the heart of why Scotland’s reputation for food and drink remains unmatched and why our appetite for buying Scottish remains unequalled. Now, more than ever, we’re seeing a real and tangible pride in our food and drink.

Scottish Food & Drink Fortnight is an annual celebration of the best Scotland’s food and drink sector has to offer, from every corner of the country.

ScotSpirit Holiday Voucher Scheme for unpaid carers and low income families

With over 1.1 million identified unpaid carers in Scotland and one in four children in Scotland living in poverty, many are unable to afford to visit a local attraction or take an overnight break away from home.

VisitScotland is encouraging bed and breakfast, guest house, camping park, hotel, hostel and attraction venues to participate in a new Holiday Voucher Scheme, supporting some of the most vulnerable within our communities who have also been adversely affect by the pandemic.

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