Our next meeting will be on Wednesday 10th November at 7pm. This meeting shall have simultaneous translation between English and Gaelic!
Bidh sinn a ’coinneachadh air Diciadain 10 Samhain, aig 7f. Bidh eadar-theangachadh eadar Beurla agus Gàidhlig ann!
The simultaneous translation will be provided thanks to Teangan Earra-Ghàidheal – a pioneering partnership project with CHARTS, the culture, heritage and arts network for Argyll and Isles. This enables simultaneous Gaelic-English translation to online meetings and is made possible with funding from the Argyll and Bute Council Supporting Communities Fund.
- Introduction, including the Gaelic translation function
- Declarations of interest
- Minutes of last meeting and matters arising: Islands Bond and National care Service consultations; schools consultation; consultation on virtual meetings; TCC banking
- Correspondence: new access road to water tank on Ben Hynish; delays in Health Board payments under patient travel scheme; island cider; councillors conflict of interest; new email system
- New CalMac ticketing system
- Report from Mull Community Council November meeting
- Planning applications
- Date of next meeting
Meeting joining instructions:
Please note: our meetings are recorded for the purpose of minute taking. If you do not wish your camera feed to be recorded, please do not enable your camera. Keeping it off, rather than on but covered over also helps reduce internet load for participants.
Join Zoom Meeting online by PC or smart device:
Topic: Tiree Community Council November 2021
Time: Nov 10, 2021 07:00 PM London
Join Zoom Meeting
Dial in on phone:
0131 460 1196 United Kingdom
Meeting ID: 834 0912 1466
Find your local number to dial in from if not in UK: https://us02web.zoom.us/u/kcM2zZ5zxB
Guidance on joining the meeting:
You can choose how you view the meeting using the app if joining via the internet – “Gallery view” shows you multiple participants
Please note that by default you will join the meeting muted (i.e. you will not be sending sound out to the rest of the participants) – please leave yourself muted unless you need to speak, and when invited to do so by the chair, and remember to re-mute afterwards. This is needed to ensure that the call is not made very difficult to follow by background noise from multiple people, which can be extremely disruptive to the call.
If joining on a PC, tablet or other device, please set your screen name to a recognisable form of your actual name so that other participants know who you are – this is required if you wish to participate via either speaking or using the text chat.
The mute and unmute button is in the lower left, and looks like a microphone, next to the button for switching your webcam on/off.
Using the simultaneous translation function:
If using the standard Zoom app on a PC, you should see a button for “Interpretation” – click on this, and then choose the language you would prefer to follow the meeting in – i.e. if you only have English, click that. If you wish to hear the Gaelic, choose that. If you are happy to follow the speakers in either language, you do not need to choose either.
On an iPad, this function can be found under a button in the top right of the app.
If you are using a telephone to dial in, please be aware that the simultaneous translation feature will not be available to you. Sorry! The mute and unmute command can be given by typing on your handset:
Requesting to speak:
If joining by computer, you can find a button to “Raise your hand” to ask to speak under the “Participants” menu, accessed by pressing the Participants button (looks like a human figure, in the middle of the bottom part of the window). You can also use the chat function to make a comment or to ask to speak on a point.
You can “raise your hand” to ask to speak if phoning in by using the code:
As ever if you have questions or if there is anything we can do to help you take part in the meeting accessibly, please let us know by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org