On Thursday 9 April Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson visited a north-east farm to highlight the party’s rural affairs credentials.
Ahead of the visit, Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson said:
“We have a rural action plan, which will be in our manifesto, and will show we are serious about giving rural Scotland a fair break.
“For too long towns and villages outside the central belt have been completely overlooked by a central belt Scottish Government.
“It’s time for that to change to ensure our rural communities are sustainable, buoyant and attractive places to live and work.”