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Family’s first ‘IanFest’ boosts mountain rescue team funds

JULIA Bell thought she might hate the sight of Ben Nevis when she returned to Scotland for the first time since her husband Ian died on the mountain’s slopes in the late summer of 2015.

But speaking to the Lochaber Times this week from her home in Hemel Hempstead in Hertfordshire, an emotional Mrs Bell said Britain’s highest peak still struck her as being ‘glorious’ when she and her two grown sons gazed up at it during a visit last month to Fort William.

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