Transfer of assets

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With the construction of the new Thomas Telford Corpach Marina, Lochaber Small Boat Owners Association has terminated the lease of their access to the slipway next to Corpach Boatbuilders from October 31 and therefore will cease to exist.

The assets will be transferred in line with the constitution of the club to a like-minded charity.

As Caol Regeneration are the organisation behind the construction of the marina the assets will be transferred to them.

‘The new slipway at the marina will be a huge asset to the local community and visiting boat owners,’ said Robert Mathers, Secretary and treasurer, Lochaber Small Boat Owners Association.