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No rise in Corran Ferry passenger fares this year

CORRAN FERRY passenger fares will not go up this year.

Despite concerns people wanting to cross Loch Linnhe from Nether Lochaber to Ardgour could be charged an additional 10 per cent on the ‘already criminal’ £8.20, the Highland Council (HC) last week revealed the fare will stay as it is – for the time being.

In a statement, HC budget leader Bill Fernie confirmed: ‘We will not increase the charges for existing car parks or the Corran Ferry this year.’

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