Local councillor Allan Henderson said the message about dog poo is simple – bag it and bin it.
The GP Practices involved are Glen Mor Medical Practice, Tweedale Medical Practice and Craig Nevis Medical Practice.
Reacting to news of the sale of 52 homes, Highlands and Islands MSP Rhoda Grant has written to Health Secretary Jeane Freeman urging the Scottish Government to take the homes in Scotland under local authority control.
As well as protecting the community, the scheme will improve and increase footpath and cycling provision and will include landscaping, planting, seating areas and play facilities to enhance the Caol foreshore.
Thomas Telford Corpach Marina chairman Andy Mackenna said he was delighted to see the car park and public slipway in place, and the fabulous marina facilities building nearing completion.
However, Mr Rixson said one strength of Lochaber is the extraordinary number of community resilience groups – amongst the highest number in all the Highlands.
Once all the packs were distributed, any leftover supplies were made available for collection from the Co-op in Caol on a first-come, first-served basis.
Rev Baxter added that a ministry team will serve the whole area, with himself as the parish minister, with Rory MacLeod (a former army chaplain) who will shortly join as team minister; Morag Muirhead is an Ordained Local Minister and Bill Skene is a Reader.
Councillor Allan Henderson (Caol and Mallaig), Interim Lochaber Committee Chair, said he was very pleased that these Town Centre funded projects have been agreed for Lochaber.