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Donald Cameron MSP Meets Local Crofters in North Uist

Scottish Conservative MSP Donald Cameron held a meeting with crofters at the Lochmaddy Hotel in North Uist yesterday.

The aim of the meeting was to give crofters from across the Western Isles the opportunity to meet with Donald and put their issues and concerns to him directly.

Donald Cameron MSP Welcomes Locheilnet Funding

Highlands and Islands MSP Donald Cameron has welcomed news that the community organisation Locheilnet is set to receive £42,000 in funding from Community Broadband Scotland, an initiative delivered by Highlands and Islands Enterprise.

Donald Cameron MSP Visits Nevis Range

Highlands and Islands MSP Donald Cameron met with representatives from Nevis Range Mountain Experience who are based in Fort William.

During the meeting, Donald learned of the proposals that Nevis Range have to develop their business.

Highlighting Lyme Disease in Parliament

Highlands and Islands MSP Donald Cameron highlighted the work of NHS Western Isles during a parliamentary debate into the effects of Lyme disease in Scotland.

Donald Cameron MSP Looks to 'Target Ovarian Cancer'

Donald Cameron MSP has shown his support for women with ovarian cancer across Scotland by joining Target Ovarian Cancer to mark their major new Pathfinder Scotland report on 23 May in the Scottish Parliament.

Donald Opens New RVS Shop

Donald Cameron MSP launched a shop with a difference today at Hairmyres Hospital.  The new Royal Voluntary Service Shop & Co offers convenient healthy food, drink and grocery choices for NHS staff, visitors and patients, including fresh fruit and healthy snacks and lunch deals. 

Donald Backs Marie Curie Campaign

Donald Cameron MSP spoke in a Members Business debate in the Scottish Parliament on the work of Marie Curie and the Great Daffodil Appeal.

Donald Meets with Dawnfresh in Argyll

Donald Cameron MSP met with representatives from fish farming firm Dawnfresh at their Loch Etive fishery. 

Dawnfresh is the largest farmer of trout in the UK and Scotland, producing approximately 5,000t of Loch raised rainbow trout per annum for the UK and international market.

Donald Discusses Dementia in Inverness Visit

Highlands and Islands regional MSP Donald Cameron met with various organisations in a visit to Inverness.

Donald firstly met with the Highland Hospice in Inverness to discuss issues around palliative care and also to observe the facilities at the hospice.