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Candidates sought for seats on National Park Authority board

LOCH Lomond and the Trossachs National Park Authority is looking for nominees to stand in elections to sit on the National Park Authority board.

The National Park Authority board is responsible for making strategic decisions for the park and has an important part to play in helping to deliver the authority’s key aims.

Elections will be taking place via postal vote later this year to recruit five board members – one for each of the five wards in the park. The election count will take place on Thursday July 5 and those elected will take up their posts as board members immediately after the result. Anyone over the age of 21 can stand as a candidate in these elections and candidates do not have to live in the national park area but must have the written support of 10 people who live in the ward in which they wish to stand.

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