Action was also taken to reduce the effect of fires on vegetation damage and risk of wildfires, with 2,276 fires, 71 of which the ranger extinguished as causing risk.
Fiona told the Lochaber Times handing over the harpoon to the museum last week had been a much more emotional experience than she was expecting.
Police Scotland’s Area Commander for South Highland, Chief Inspector Jen Valentine, said officer are aware of the ongoing issues regarding inconsiderate parking near the beaches at Morar and Arisaig.
The groups aim to make sure that visitors to Highland enjoy themselves this summer while keeping safe and are aware of their rights and responsibilities.
‘I know of instances of tourists abandoning their stay in the area prematurely because they couldn’t put up with the behaviour of some other tourists. Something more needs to be done’ – Kate Forbes MSP speaking this week.
‘When a village priest feels harassed and stressed then you have a serious problem and need to act immediately’ – Councillor Allan Henderson to British Gas.
Eucharist was followed by a lovely spread in the sunshine organised by the parents and parishioners.
‘Lochaber has a rich history of charity and of people helping eachother and long may it continue’ – Father Stan Pamula
This is not the first time a beach trip has been relocated which is really disappointing, especially in better weather.
Lochaber MSP Kate Forbes said she would be raising the situation at tourist hotspots such as Arisaig and Morar with the Scottish Government as a matter of urgency.