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“The knowledge this group brings will add tremendous value to our long term strategic decision making process and we are looking forward to hearing their views on the role transport can play in helping develop our communities in the future.”


Board members are geographically spread to ensure every community CalMac serves is represented.


It was announced recently that the chair of the new board would be ex-leader of Comhairle nan Eilean Siar, Angus Campbell.


Other members are Rob Ware, Jim Porteous, Iain MacFarlan, Eoin MacNeil, Camille Dressler, Neal Goldsmith, Jane Howard, Stewart MacLennan, Bill Calderwood, Eddie MacKenzie and another Angus Campbell.


Cal Mac announces new community board members

27 Sept 2017

Ferry operator Caledonian MacBrayne (CalMac) has confirmed membership of its new community board which it maintains will be a “strong community voice on strategic ferry issues.


Establishing the twelve member, independent panel was part of contract for running the Clyde and Hebrides ferry service contract.


CalMac’s Director of Community and Stakeholder Engagement, Brian Fulton said: “The board is completely independent from the company and no CalMac representative will sit on it.