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Tourists’ trauma over timber trucks

‘TRAUMATISED’ tourists say they have cut short a holiday near Kilchrenan because of the ‘pain’ of timber trucks flying past their cottage.

The logging lorries have been condemned for using the B845 along Loch Awe instead of a £5million haulage route.

Visitors Helen Godbold -Eade and her husband cut short their stay at Oakbank Cottage, run by Jo Hanlon near Kilchrenan, because the timber lorries were ‘risking their lives’.

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