Freedom walkers march on in Argyll

The walkers gained support at Connel Bridge.

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Independence supporters taking part in The Long Walk to Freedom dedicated the Taynuilt to Oban leg of their journey to SNP constituency convenor John MacMillan who died suddenly while taking part in a Zoom meeting earlier this month.

Fiona Cameron, Pedro Mendes and David Lewellan have been on the march since September as part of the nationwide event being run by The Round Table 1320 group. The group’s aim it is to advance the cause of Independence with a new Covenant for Scotland.

Walkers taking part will are collectively covering a total of 2420 miles, passing through every city and town in the country.

Physically distanced groups of saltire waving supporters turned out to cheer the walkers on at Connel, Dunbeg and Oban last Thursday, October 15.