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Council to consider ranger merger plan

THE HIGHLAND Council is to consider plans to transfer countryside ranger services to High Life Highland (HLH).

The new places committee will meet for the first time today (June 15) when it will be asked to approve the recommendation to merge the services with HLH later this year.

The Highland Council’s Countryside Rangers is one of the largest local authority ranger services in Scotland. Rangers manage a large number of countryside sites and are responsible for the promotion of the outdoors in schools.

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