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Minister discusses issues affecting national park

SCOTTISH minister Roseanna Cunningham met mountain path trainees at Loch Lubnaig to discuss issues affecting the area.

The cabinet secretary for the environment, climate change and land reform met the trainees and board members of Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park and discussed the National Park Partnership Plan 2018 to 2023.

The plan sets out the proposals that aim to tackle priorities, including youth employment, climate change, outdoor recreation, health and wellbeing and investment in towns and villages. Other issues highlighted in the plan include a declining population and the price of homes.

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