tracey taylor

chairperson

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"This picture of Thurso for me reminds me of the tranquilty and beauty of our natural assets, that we often forget they are there and take then for granted,  but they are always there and we can use these to benefit  our future. The picture also symbolises for me why I moved to Thurso, why I stay here and why I want sustainable development for the area. "


profile tracey taylor

I've lived here since 2007, have had connections to the area before that. I've two children, work within care and learning service within Highland Council and am involved with Hogmanay in Thurso, Pay it Forward Thurso and Friends of Annie. I enjoy live music, running and being part of community events.