The 10-week project started on Monday and is being managed by Highland Council’s Project Design Unit and the principal contractor for the work is Wills Bros Civil Engineering Ltd.
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Solas explores the life of the American folklorist Margaret Faye Shaw and her friendship with Whisky Galore author Compton Mackenzie.
To mark the 275th anniversary of the start of the last Jacobite rising, this week we launch our new weekly series involving a weekly timeline of the events leading up to that momentous day at Glenfinnan on August 19, and some of the interesting facts and artefacts associated with the rising.
Glenfinnan alone normally sees almost 400,000 visitors annually, with people drawn to see the 1745 monument and the famous viaduct which appeared in the Harry Potter movies.
A number of staff at National Trust for Scotland staff at Glenfinnan and Glencoe are at risk of redundancy due to the impact of the coronavirus lockdown.
The number of people living in Glen Etive might be small, but the impacts of film crews using the location can impact residents daily lives, sometimes without warning.
A well-known local expert on Glencoe and its infamous massacre has rubbished plans by the National Trust for Scotland to excavate what the organisation has claimed are three ‘lost villages’.
A new and completely unique visitor experience will bring to life the stories of Glencoe and uncover the secret history of one of Scotland’s most spectacular and best loved landscapes.