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► Full list of Stornoway Trust candidates and proposers
A large number of islanders have thrown their hats into the ring for the Stornoway
Some 22 candidates are fighting for just five seats at the community landlord.
The election will be held on Tuesday 27 March.
People who are 16 years or over, on the electoral roll and living within the trust
area are entitled to vote.
The ballot is being overseen by the Electoral Reform Services.
Nearly half the population of the Western Isles population live on the estate which
stretches between North Tolsta, Newmarket, Point and part of North Lochs.
It also covers Stornoway, making it the only community landlord with a sizeable town
under its wings.
Around 10,500 ballot slips being posted out shortly should be returned by noon on
A ballot box will be available in the estate office in Stornoway town centre between
8am and 8pm on 27 March.
The count takes place in Stornoway Town Hall later that evening.
List of candidates
George Banks, 12 Battery Park Rd, Stornoway
Murdo F Campbell, 11A Portnaguran, Point
Sam Deane, 2 Plantation Rd, Stornoway
Peter Dickie, 3A Maryhill
Susanne Erbida, 27 Torquil Terrace, Stornoway
Martin Flett, 18 New Garrabost, Point
Jack Libby, 17 Lower Sandwick
Anne Macaulay, 55 Upper Bayble, Point
Alex K Macdonald, 32 Garrabost, Point
John N Macdonald, 27 Upper Bayble, Point
Kenneth A Macdonald, 3 Upper Coll, Back
Norman A Maciver, 2A Back
Alan Mackenzie, 9C Branahuie
Edward Mackenzie, 2 Maclean Terrace, Stornoway
Andrew Maclennan, 10 Tong Park, Tong
Donald Alexander Macleod, 9 Goathill Crescent, Stornoway
Hugh A Macleod, 11 Aird, Tong
Callum Ian Macmillan, 8 Lewis St, Stornoway
John Morrison, 8 Lister Place, Stornoway
Catriona Murray, 40 North Tolsta
Alasdair Nicholson, 24 Back
Donald Nicholson, 28A East Street, Sandwick
22 hopefuls running in Stornoway Trust election
13 March 2018
The Stornoway Trust is a community landlord for many crofting villages