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Wildlife conservation on Ailsa Craig

On Thursday April 6 the meeting of the Arran Natural History Society began with the AGM, which included the chairman’s report and the treasurer’s report, and election or re-election of office holders and committee.

The new chairman, Terry Southall, gave a speech of thanks and a presentation to Fiona Laing who stepped down as chairwoman after an amazing 17 years in the role.

Terry acknowledged what a hard act it will be to follow on from Fiona’s great work, but said the society members were relieved that Fiona had agreed to stay on the committee.

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