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Peffery Way group behind Dingwall to Strathpeffer path flags face mask offer


By Hector MacKenzie

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The group has a number of masks available in return for a donation to its cause.
The group has a number of masks available in return for a donation to its cause.

A GROUP behind plans to link two Ross-shire communities with a safe path for walkers and cyclists is offering re-usable home made face masks in return for donations.

The Peffery Way Association has restarted work on sections of path that will link Dingwall and Strathpeffer.

Maintenance sessions have restarted with volunteers turning out at the weekend to help out.

The group says it has a number of homemade re-usable face marks available.

It said on its social media feed: "All we ask in return is a donation to the Peffery Way. Send a message to us and we can organise for it to be picked up or posted if not local."

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