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West Ardnamurchan regatta to welcome round-Britain canoeist

WEST Ardnamurchan’s 34th Regatta will welcome home a man who will have completed a paddle around mainland Britain in an open canoe.

Ex-police officer Colin Skeath, who now lives in Strontian, and his nephew, Davis Gould-Duff, from Limerick, will just have completed the first round-Britain voyage in an open Canadian canoe, when Colin and wife Katrina are welcomed to the regatta next month.

The two left Strontian in April in a Swift Temagami canoe to travel the 2,500-mile route clockwise round Britain in aid of the Forget Me Not children’s charity, a hospice which supports children with life-shortening conditions and their families.

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