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Projects share £290k cash windfall

COMMUNITY projects on the islands of Canna and Sanday, as well as in Gairloch, will share a £290,000 cash boost from Highland Council’s capital discretionary fund.

Isle of Canna Community Development Trust was awarded £10,000 to create a non-tidal vehicle access track on Sanday which will allow use of the road bridge that connects Sanday with Canna without being dependent on tides. Councillors also approved £200,000 for Gairloch & District Heritage Company Ltd towards the costs of developing a new community heritage hub in the former council roads depot.

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