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Forestry plan seeks public feedback

A NATURE trail for people with disabilities was just one of the ideas put forward at a public consultation about the future for forests around Taynuilt.

Other suggestions put forward at the one-day land management event hosted last week by the Forestry Commissionore, included more signs and recreational routes to help people get even more leisure use from the forests at Fearnoch, Inverawe and Glen Nant.

The early-doors consultation at Taynuilt Village Hall, marking the start of a major consultation to create a new, 10-year plan for the forests, attracted a good turnout of residents. All three forests are mainly commercial conifer forests with some attraction for recreation seekers.

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