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The Squire

I’M OFTEN asked why there are so few characters compared with 20 or 30 years ago.

How would you define a character? According to my dictionary, you would recognise one for his or her eccentricity and personality. That may have been so generally, but in the Highlands and Islands it means a great deal more.

A character is someone who has a genuine pride in their community, is unafraid to stand up and speak out, ask questions and goes quietly about doing acts of public service without looking for recognition or financial reward.

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