The trust is now writing an application to NatureScot’s second round of funding which enables organisations to build tourism infrastructure and create short term employment to manage visitors in the area and better protect the environment.
The local Co-op store has also donated an Easter egg for every youngster as well.
The hydro-electric plant was part of the £330million deal back in 2016 that also saw GFG Alliance acquire the Lochaber smelter at Fort William, along with 114,000 acres of land, from Rio Tinto.
Local landowners Jahama Estates says Sixteen Films is utilising a large range of local facilities and working with many local businesses and employing local staff in support of the production.
Ms Rosie added that recent photographic evidence showed foodstuff and litter dumped in the village, and it was is doubtful this was tourism, and unfortunately, more likely to have been what she called ‘home grown inconsiderate local litter bugs’.
Ms Playfair will take up her new post in early November.