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COVID 19 Mobile testing Units Continue in Highland Perthshire

NHS Tayside have confirmed the continuation of community COVID-19 testing sites throughout Highland Perthshire for those who do not have symptoms. Anyone who does not have any of the three COVID-19 symptoms – a new continuous cough, temperature, loss or change in sense of taste or smell – are encouraged to attend the sites and …

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A9 Dualling at Luncarty

Temporary Traffic Signals on A9 at Hunter’s Lodge

As work on the A9 Dualling at Luncarty to Pass of Birnam continues, road users are advised that temporary traffic signals will be in place on the C408 at the Hunter’s Lodge underbridge for approximately two weeks from Monday 17 May 2021, to complete waterproofing and kerbing works. The two-way temporary traffic signals will be in …

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Pitlochry Business Reacts to Reopening

Photo Credit: Trevor Littlewood LISTEN: Kevin and Lauren give their reaction to the town reopening Local favourite, Escape Route Cycle Shop & Café proudly opened its doors on Monday as lockdown restrictions were eased nationwide, welcoming back customers and friends. The cycle shop and café have remained open during lockdown however decreased footfall in Pitlochry …

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Perth and Kinross Set to Move to Level 3 from Monday

Photo Credit: Craig Adderley Starting Monday 26th April, people in Perth and Kinross and across Scotland can once again visit our favourite shops and cafés as lockdown measures are eased and the country enters Level 3. Non-essential travel between Scotland, England and Wales will also be permitted meaning that families can reunite, and Highland Perthshire …

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