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Peffery Way link boost with local access point as Strathpeffer to Dingwall route takes shape


By Hector MacKenzie

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The Peffery Way group has thanked a local farmer for his assistance gaining access to one section of the route linking Dingwall and Strathpeffer.
The Peffery Way group has thanked a local farmer for his assistance gaining access to one section of the route linking Dingwall and Strathpeffer.

THE group behind plans for a safe walking and cycling link between Dingwall and Strathpeffer has hailed the support of a local farmer in providing access.

The Peffery Way group flagged a new access through Fodderty Cemetery and paid tribute to David Lockett and Knockbain Farm for the work and financial contribution that made the completion of this section possible.

Walkers can park at the cemetery and walk up until they reach the newly-erected gate.

The group said: “This gives you easy access to the link path and on to the Peffery Way. Please be respectful of the space and keep dogs on lead when passing through the cemetery.”

Related: Fresh appeal as link takes shape



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