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Peffery Way Dingwall to Strathpeffer footpath maintenance work to restart as Covid-19 restrictions eased


By Hector MacKenzie

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A rainbow over Dingwall as seen from the Peffery Way at Fodderty.Picture: Angela Radin.
A rainbow over Dingwall as seen from the Peffery Way at Fodderty.Picture: Angela Radin.

EFFORTS to complete a foot and cycle link between Dingwall and Strathpeffer are being stepped up with the easing of coronavirus restrictions.

Efforts on the Peffery Way have taken great strides thanks to the efforts of volunteers and some funding to help progress the work.

With First Minister Nicola Sturgeon outlining details of phase 2 of the Scottish Government route map out of the coronavirus crisis, volunteers are now poised to restart maintenance mornings. These will begin on Saturday morning with grass and weeds at the Dingwall end of the walk being cleared. Those taking part will abide by social distancing guidelines.

Related: Bid to get Peffery Way on to Highland Council active travel agenda


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