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Letters / A failed project
Community / New funding to accelerate peatland restoration programme
Community / Redundancy and termination payments cost trust nearly £50,000
Community / Trust in discussions to secure restoration of ‘peerie pier’
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Community / Amenity trust agrees to another interim arrangement
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Community / Viking artefacts found by children in Sandwick gardens
Arts / Amenity trust steps in to safeguard future of New Shetlander magazine
Community / Amenity trust pays tribute to ‘much loved’ Davy Cooper
Community / Recruitment for new amenity trust chief could be a lengthy process
Community / Uncertainty remains over return of Da Voar Redd Up
Community / Museum to remain closed until at least mid-February
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Community / Second senior post to become vacant at amenity trust
Community / Change at top of amenity trust as chief executive steps down
Community / Amenity trust reports surplus for first time since 2014The organisation’s gender pay gap data also shows that based on median pay women employees earn slightly more than men
Community / Museum visitor numbers take sharp decline as capacity reduces but chief pleased with take-up of bookings
Community / Amenity trust makes new appointmentsFrank Robertson also steps down as trustee after over 20 years in role
Community / Heritage organisation seeks new trustees
Community / Trustees approve reopening of museum
Community / Reopening museum will cost ‘significant sums of money’
Community / Folk reminded not to leave bruck behind as lockdown restrictions ease
Coronavirus / Amenity trust could lose 90 per cent of commercial income, chief executive says
Letters / Could trustees please clarify?
Community / Amenity trust chief not expecting tourist market for year and a half
Community / Da Voar Redd Up postponed
Community / Wool week organisers looking to make decision on fate of this year’s festival soonThe event is thought to bring £2 million into the local economy each year
Community / Amenity trust’s ‘worst case scenario’ would see sites closed for entire season
Health / Lack of charitable sector aid ‘threatens its future’Meanwhile the tourism season is shrouded in uncertainty
Community / Museum and archives closed due to coronavirusDa Voar Redd Up also among amenity trust events under review
Health / Wellbeing the focus of possible collaboration between amenity trust and NHS
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