Tuesday, December 18, 2018
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Portree's Fat Panda Takeaway will close on Sunday 23 December.

The takeaway will reopen in early 2019 and will be under new ownership.

Present owner, Pauline Ng, stated: "Sunday 23rd December will the last day we’re open as owners of The Fat Panda Take away.

"We decided it was time for us to step back and spend more time as a family and pursue our own passions and interests.

"We would like to thank all our customers for the many years of support you have given us.

"The new owners will be opening sometime in February and you’ll be glad to know they’ll be open on Saturday’s as well."

Road surface improvements are being carried out by BEAR Scotland on the A87.  

The works are scheduled to take place between Broadford and Sconser, on the road north of Portree, a section near Earlish and at Varagill between now and December.  

Anyone travelling between Broadford and Sconser from 7pm onwards will experience an hour-long delay as road works are carried out.

A spokesperson for BEAR Scotland told Skye Times Online: "The ongoing surfacing improvements on the A87 at Torra Michaig between Broadford and Sconser are part of a wider £930,000 programme to improve the road surface on the trunk road through Skye.

Kyle Public Toilets will be closed on various dates over the next three months.

A deep clean will be held on Friday 30 November.

The toilets will also be closed on Tuesday 25 and Wednesday 26 December for the holidays.

Further holiday closures will take place on Tuesday 1 January and Wednesday 2 January.



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