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National cavalcade for Scottish independence set to roll in to Highland capital


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Campaigners for Scottish Independence are organising a motor cavalcade in Inverness on Saturday.
Campaigners for Scottish Independence are organising a motor cavalcade in Inverness on Saturday.

THE Highland capital is one of four areas set to host the first Scottish independence nationwide motor cavalcade on Saturday.

Convoy for Independence, organised by the Scottish Independence Movement (Sim), will start simultaneously at 1pm at the respectivelocations.

Glasgow, Dundee and Dumfries are also host venues for the cavalcades which are being promoted as allowing all participants to take part in pro-independence demonstrations from within the confines of their own vehicles.

The starting point in Inverness is Vue Cinema at the city's retail and business park.

Sim said it was calling on all independence supporters and activists get to the nearest cavalcade.

"This is the safest way to get independence back at the forefront with the Scottish elections not far away," the organisation said.

It is asking participants to follow all Scottish Government Covid-19 guidelines and issuing advice to ensure social distancing.

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