Yesterday we had the announcement of more Government money for swimming lessons:
So how many pupils in the Western Isles benefit from swimming lessons?
The Scottish Government has announced £800,000 will be invested in free swimming lessons for primary pupils.
The money is aimed at ensuring all children have the opportunity to learn to swim before leaving primary school.
Sports Minister Shona Robison made the announcement at an event in Stirling and the funding will top up free lessons already available in Scotland.
The answer is quite surprising.
Since responsibility for school swimming lessons was moved from the Sports Centre to the Education Department over the summer, not one single school has booked swimming lessons this term. That's right, not one single booking.
Is there a conspiracy by the Comhairle to prevent full use of the Sports Centre by the public?