Living, working and growing up 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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John Mackay

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

Ben Macgregor

About his explorations of the Flow Country around the Croft House.

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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Flow Country Showcase for International Evaluation Team

Community groups, crofters, estate owners, foresters, conservationists, developers, tourism businesses, scientific experts and government agencies have teamed up to ensure that an international team of inspectors understands why the Flow Country deserves global recognition as Scotland’s newest UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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Flow Country World Heritage project working towards maximising potential benefits

Growing and managing exciting new opportunities for northern communities and businesses resulting from the potential UNESCO World Heritage inscription for the Flow Country was the theme of a major gathering of local and national stakeholders last week.
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Flow Country Candidate World Heritage Site Planning Position Statement Approved by Councillors

On May the 4th, 2023 the Highland Council’s Economy and Infrastructure Committee approved a Planning Position Statement which aims to provide clarity to developers in relation to the candidate Flow Country World Heritage Site.
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