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Forestry Commission postpones new fees

Parking charges at two Forestry Commission Scotland (FCS) sites in the Highlands have been put on hold, pending a public consultation. Fees were to be introduced at Glen Affric and Learnie Forest mountain bike trials in the Black Isle in eastern Scotland.

The FCS said it would now consult with authorities and site users on its planned changes at the two forests’ car parks. The Mountaineering Council of Scotland and Highland Council's budget leader David Alston and Black Isle councillor...

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