Living, working and growing up in the Flow Country

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Sandra Train

Sandra tells about her childhood memories, living on a croft in Strath Halladale.

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Laura Morgan

Laura writes short stories. She moved to the north coast in 2013.

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John Mackay

John Mackay, of John Mackay Ltd. is interviewed about his work and life in the Flow Country.

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The Jellicoe Express

Tuesday 30th April marked the centenary of the final World War I journey of the Royal Navy train, commonly known as the Jellicoe Express.

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Project Officer Needed for Flow Country Green Finance Initiative

Join the Flow Country Partnership team in a rewarding role as a Project Officer. This part-time position (28 hours/week) offers a salary of £27,000 p.a. (£33,750 FTE) and is central to advancing peatland restoration in Scotland’s Flow Country.
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Funding Acknowledgement

Funding Acknowledgement

We're delighted to announce our Green Finance Initiative project has secured significant support from NatureScot, through the Facility for Investment Ready Nature in Scotland (FIRNS), in collaboration with The Scottish Government and the National Lottery Heritage Fund.
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Birds of the Flow Country

As part of a new series of blogs, we’ll be hearing from a variety of stakeholders within The Flow Country Partnership team who are supporting the nomination of the Flow Country as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. First off, Milly from the RSPB (Royal Society for the Protection of Birds) will be covering the diverse range of bird species found across the Flow Country and why the blanket bog is key to thriving populations.

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