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Funding sought as Rest and Be Thankful visitors’ scheme unveiled

A SCOTLAND-wide search for funding goes on for the man looking to build a visitors’ centre at the top of the Rest.

In recognition of the Rest and be Thankful hill climbs of the past, the centre would have an element of motorsport as a theme - but would also incorporate a restaurant, shops and perhaps even a small cinema.

The man behind the scheme is retired academic Douglas Anderson - responsible for the return of the Monte Carlo Rally to Scotland in 2011 - who hopes the centre, set within the picturesque landscape, will breathe new life into the popular stopping place and bring tourism spend and jobs to local communities.

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