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Community hopes to take over cemetery

NETHER Lochaber Community Council is to make a bid to take over ownership of a graveyard from the Highland Council.

The move follows a row between the community and the local authority last year after the 200-year-old dry-stone wall around Craig Mhor cemetery at Onich was uprooted and replaced with modern fencing. The community council claimed the decision to replace the wall was taken by the council without any public consultation.

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