Petition on the Potential Clousure of the SAC Vet Lab Inverness]

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Jane Arnold

Jun 29, 2015, 5:11:51 PM6/29/15
Please sign and pass on. We really need to keep this facility going.



Betsy van der Lee

Marcassie Farm
Forres IV36 2RH
Tel: (01309) 671700

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Date: 29 June 2015 at 21:11
Subject: Petition on the Potential Clousure of the SAC Vet Lab Inverness
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Hi there,
Please sign this petition and if possible forward it to someone else interested, we really need these guys in Inverness.
Cheers and thanks,

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Mon, 29 Jun 2015 12:51:18 +0100
Petition on the Potential Clousure of the SAC Vet Lab Inverness

Dear Sir/Madam,


The vet lab based at the SAC College looks like it will close this Autumn if we don't make our feelings known.


There is a consultation which ends on Sunday and we have been sent this petition from Franz, one of the vets who work at the facility, which we hope you will sign in a bid to keep the Lab:


As you will see it has been signed by MSPs Rhoda Grant and John Finnie but the general consensus in the powers that be, is that when SAC moves to its new premises at the HIE Inverness College campus the marine animal and farm animal post mortem facility will not move with it. Instead it will close for good. This will be a great loss to the Highlands and island and can potentially cause a lot of problems for the crofters and farmers in the area.


We hope you will take the time to sign the petition and pass it on to friends and family.


Many thanks,


Scottish Crofting Federation

Unit 26/1B

Kyle Industrial Estate


IV40 8AX


Tel: 01599 530005

Fax: 01599 618 038


The SCF is the only member-led organisation dedicated to the promotion of crofting and the largest association of small-scale food producers in the UK.





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