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Vote moves Screen Machine out Inveraray centre

Councillors have overturned an earlier vote to site a mobile cinema in an Inveraray car park due to ‘substantial’ safety concerns.

Last December councillors on the Mid Argyll, Kintyre and the Islands Area Committee voted four to two to site the Screen Machine mobile cinema at Fisher Row, and noted the council would lose revenue from its pay and display car park there.

The 18.5m HGV lorry run by Regional Screen Scotland, equipped with cinema screen and 80 seats, would take up eight parking bays, which could raise £72 per day during the screen machine’s three- to four-day stay.

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