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Sheriff deems false claims not for personal gain

A SHERIFF has ordered a man who submitted false quotations in a bid to secure funding for a Fort William play area be of good behaviour for a year.

Norman Clark, 54, admitted knowingly submitting false statements between November 3, 2011 and December 4, 2012, along with an application for funding for the children’s play area in the town’s Nevis Centre to be revamped in a £200,000 overhaul.

At Fort William Sheriff Court on Tuesday (March 28), solicitor Hamish Melrose explained the Nevis Centre is owned by the Highland Council and has been run by Linnhe Leisure, a registered charity, since 1997.

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