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Scotland’s first female fish farming director keen to build more links with Taynuilt

DAWNFRESH boss Alison Hutchins is Scotland’s first female fish farming director. Ms Hutchins was in Taynuilt on Monday to introduce herself personally to the community council, keen to build more links with the village.

She asked councillors what they wanted to see more of from the company, which has sites on nearby Loch Etive and Loch Awe, and was told ‘more timely responses would be useful’ to stories in the press and incidents such as fish escapes in the loch.

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