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Digital Subscriptions > Campbeltown Courier > 27th October 2017 > Kintyre to miss out in Argyll and Bute’s national park bid

Kintyre to miss out in Argyll and Bute’s national park bid


IT SEEMS that Kintyre has been excluded from Argyll and Bute council’s plans to create Britain’s largest national park.

The council has created a planning blueprint with details of a massive conservation area covering many of the region’s islands, but neglecting Argyll’s mainland attractions.

Covering more than 6,863km2, the proposed park would be Scotland’s third and largest national park, bigger than both Loch Lomond and the Trossachs and the Cairngorms, which is currently the UK’s largest.

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