SNP MSP attends 2022 Black Isle Show as the event returns for the first time since 2019

Emma standing in front of the SNP Dingwall Black Isle stall at the Black Isle Shows alongside Lyndsey Johnstone, Liz Kraft, and Graham Mackenzie. They are all holding yellow SNP Frisbees.

Emma Roddick MSP visited the Black Isle Show which took place on the 3rd and 4th of August. The event, organised by the Black Isle Farmers’ Society, returned for the first time since the outbreak of the coronavirus and saw visitors come together to enjoy a wide variety of entertainment.

Roddick visited a number of organisations at their stands including the National Farmers Union of Scotland, Centred, Highlands and Islands Blood Bikes, and paid special thanks to the SNP Dingwall Black Isle branch for promoting the party with their fantastically bright stand.

Commenting Emma said:

“It was so great to see the Black Isle show back up and running and as busy as ever. I was so pleased to be able to meet and speak with so many fantastic people and organisations throughout my visit.

“The Black Isle Show was such a huge miss over the last two years throughout the height of the pandemic. A massive thank you must go out to the event organisers for bringing the show back and putting on such a fantastic couple of days.”