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Thank you to everyone who has taken the time so far to fill out our survey canvasing public opinion on the importance of the Ganavan area. The hills and woodlands, the cycle path and shinty pitch are all part of a spectacular natural amphitheatre surrounding the beautiful beach. We want to protect it.

The survey is still live via our Friends of Ganavan Facebook page and every response we receive counts. We believe that together we can influence a decision that will shape Ganavan for generations to come and keep it green.

In one month alone, we had 1,809 individuals complete the survey which was a staggering result showing just how much people care. Out of those 1,809 responses, 1,737 of them said using Ganavan’s green recreation space for a housing development would be a negative move.

More and more people are taking part as the survey continues – if you haven’t already responded – please do now.

The community response, and responses from out-of-town visitors and holidaymakers, has been massive – proving beyond any doubt that people identify Ganavan as a ‘destination’.

Let’s all work together to make sure we keep it that way and keep Ganavan green.

To find the survey visit  www.facebook.com/friendsofganavan and click the survey button at the top of the page.