Stornoway Trust has a new Chairman following the election at the end of last month.
At the Statutory Meeting of the Trust on April 8th, Trustee Calum Maclean was unanimously elected.
Mr Maclean succeeds Murdo Murray who did not seek re-election.
Mr Maclean, whose tenure is expected to continue up to the next Election of Trustees, thanked Mr Murray for his contribution to the Trust during his three year term of office.
He said: “It is an honour and responsibility to be elected Chairman of the Stornoway Trust as we aim to equip Scotland’s oldest community landowner to meet the demands and challenges of community ownership in the 21st century. By working together to achieve our wide ranging aspirations I see our term of office as a time of great opportunity and excitement.”
Mr Maclean along with Donald Crichton and Murdo Murray successfully stood for re-election and along with new Trustees Colin Maclean and Alexander J Murray, make up the full complement of ten serving Trustees.
The first business meeting of the new Trust will take place on April 27th.