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Warm wel­come for the first min­is­ter

- Elections · Nicola Sturgeon · Kincardine

SIR, – Re­gard­ing Bill Mal­colm’s let­ter (Novem­ber 14).

I was in the crowd of Stone­haven res­i­dents wait­ing to wel­come Ni­cola Stur­geon to the town’s Mar­ket Square last Thurs­day.

On ar­rival Ms Stur­geon spoke di­rectly to Mr Mal­colm re­gard­ing his con­cerns.

She then asked him to give his con­tact de­tails to Fer­gus Mutch, the SNP can­di­date for West Aberdeen­shire and Kin­car­dine, and in­formed him that he would

be con­tacted later re­gard­ing his queries.

Mr Mal­colm then shook hands with the first min­is­ter and left Mar­ket Square.

The first min­is­ter re­mained in Stone­haven for some time and en­gaged with both the wait­ing crowd and passers-by.

I’m pleased to re­port that she re­ceived a warm wel­come from Stone­haven towns­peo­ple.

Mar­garet Ross, Martin Drive Stone­haven

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