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Island’s projects turning tide on population decline

TWO MAJOR projects are coming to fruition on the isle of Ulva after a lengthy campaign.

After four years, Ulva School Community Association (USCA), supported by Mull and Iona Community Trust (MICT) local development officers, has made progress with its projects to reverse population decline and increase the sustainability of Ulva Primary School.

Ulva Primary children Matilda Munro and Issy Greenfield cut the first sod, above, while, below right, Ulva Ferry development steering group Iain Morrison, Jeanette Cutlack, Mark Millward and Jeanie MacColl at the ceremony and supervising Torosay Sandpit Ltd pouring concrete for the foundation.
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