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Newsletter No10 20th August 2017

Dear Supporter

Petitions

More than 3,200 people – including you! Many thanks again! – have so far signed Friends of the Sound of Jura petitions, including one on 38 Degrees (at https://you.38degrees.org.uk/petitions/no-to-fish-farm-in-the-sound-of-jura or via this short link tinyurl.com/fosoj). Please spread the word and ask your friends and family to sign as well.

We have promised to keep you up to date on the Dounie proposal because you gave us your email address, and we also propose to also give broader updates on the Sound of Jura. Please let us know if you prefer to receive only updates on the Dounie proposal.

Getting Involved

The most important way to get involved if/when a planning application is lodged with Argyll & Bute Council will be for as many people as possible to write an objection letter. We’ll send information about how to do that as and when this happens.

In the meantime, we’re a small group keen to see that fish-farming does not start in this Marine Projected Area. If you’d like to get more involved, please contact us at info@FriendsOfTheSoundOfJura.org.uk

For more information email info@FriendsOfTheSoundOfJura.org.uk
Website: https://friendsofthesoundofjura.org.uk
Petition: https://you.38degrees.org.uk/petitions/no-to-fish-farm-in-the-sound-of-jura (tinyurl.com/fosoj)
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/friendsofthesoundofjura (tinyurl.com/fosoj-fb)
Twitter: @TheSoundOfJura

 

If you would prefer not to hear updates on this ongoing campaign please drop us an email.

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The Sound of Jura is home to some of the most fascinating and diverse marine life in Scotland.  We seek to protect the Sound, the River Add and their local users from threats to the area’s wildlife and local sustainable economy.