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Community could be split

SPEAN BRIDGE Community Council is canvassing for opinion on proposed boundary changes which would see the its area split between two constituencies.

At the community council’s November meeting last week, chairman John Fotheringham explained that the new proposals show the majority of the community council would be in the Skye and Inverness constituency, with Corrour Estate and Loch Treig in Argyll, Bute, and Lochaber.

He said: ‘The boundaries are already somewhat confusing. As explained last year, our community council area is in both wards 12 and 22.

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