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Martin Geddes returns to Palnackie (of which he has written previously).

He uses his experience to encourage us in our social responsibilities, and it is a reflective discourse on some of the problems that afflict our local governance, and how we may / should respond to them.

Being both entertaining and illustrative of the interactions between human foibles and the knowledge of being under observation, it is interesting on many levels.

Essential reading for would-be local officials and politicians?