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Café Canna goes on the market

THE only café or bar on the Isle of Canna has been placed on the market, with the community also hoping to attract new inhabitants.

Found on the shores of the island’s harbour, Café Canna was established in 2014 by owner Chris Deplano, who leased vacant premises from island landlord the National Trust for Scotland (NTS) following a community appeal to repopulate the island after numbers fell to just nine residents.

Since then, the café has grown in popularity, attracting around 10,000 visitors during the tourist season, with many coming by sailing boat to use the island’s natural anchorage between the Scottish mainland, the Isle of Skye and the Outer Hebrides.

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