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A wee taste of heaven on the West Coast of Scotland

Port Bàn is a secluded award-winning haven situated near Kilberry, where the sheer beauty of the landscape and the rich diversity of wildflowers and wildlife makes the park an interesting and peaceful retreat for those who want to get away from it all.

And there is special cause for celebration this week as the family-run park celebrates its 50th birthday.

The story begins a little earlier, and can be traced back to 1960, when Joan and David Sheldrick upped sticks with their children from a poultry farm in Norfolk to settle in distant Kilberry and take on 500-acre Port Bàn Farm.

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