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Glenmoriston & Fort Augustus:

Battery Rock pathway challenge
local people, Julie Fowers and Liz Proudlock are working with the Highland Council and the Fort Augustus and Glenmoriston Community Council to re-open a long disused pathway.
This pathway starts at the bottom of Bunoich Brae near the old school and goes to the old gun emplacement at Battery Rock.
This path when completed will give magnificent view of the area and it is envisaged that a new seating area will also be added.
If anyone wishes to get involved in this project please contact
Julie Fowers on :

Kilchuimen Primary School’s New Website

Kilchuimen Academy

Fort Augustus Tennis Club: - Membership Info & Rates

New web site for the Community Council

Community Council

Secretary :

Elaine Minshull Beith Mhor Dundreggan Glenmoriston Inverness. IV63 7YJ

Glenurquhart Horticultural Society Schedule 2011

Fort Augustus Glenmoriston Community Council Newsletter. We welcome your input with news in the area, or your own interest which you may wish to share with others. We also take advertising for the Newsletter. For details on advertising costs and details on the next addition contact Elaine Minshull Tel No: 01320 351283

Fort Augustus Glenmoriston Community council. Recycling Group. We have recently formed a group looking at encouraging Recycling in our area. We meet every month at the Church of Scotland Hall Fort Augustus.

Fort William mobile library service (Invergarry & Ft Augustus) 2010
For more information contact:
Fort William Library - tel: 01397 703552
Mobile library e-mail:
Mobile library mobile: 07799 133916

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