4 FEBRUARY 2011NEWS RELEASE No: 14399
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Forestry Commission Scotland is advising all locals and anyone thinking of visiting Schiehallion that access to the main car park is to be severely restricted throughout February.
The main car park, known as Braes of Foss, will only be open at weekends to allow essential engineering works to be carried out.
Hamish Murray, for the Commission in Tayside, said,
“We’re in the process of upgrading the site and will be removing the old toilet block to make way for a new composting toilet unit.
“If all goes well we hope to have things back to normal by the beginning of March but visitors should always check out our website page for Braes of Foss before coming along, just to make sure.”
Notes to Editors
1. Forestry Commission Scotland serves as the Scottish Government’s forestry directorate and manages the 660,000 hectare national forest estate. The Commission’s woodlands are making a difference to the well being of Scotland’s people and their communities. Local woodlands act as a catalyst for communities to meet up, get involved with projects and volunteering, or simply enjoy the many walking trails, bike rides and peace and quiet that forests and woodlands can offer. www.forestry.gov.uk/scotland
2. 2011 is the UN International Year of Forestry. For more information about how this is being celebrated in Scotland, visit www.forestry.gov.uk/IYFscotland2011 and check out our Face book page at www.facebook.com/internationalyearofforestsinscotland
1) Tha FCS ag obair mar bhuidheann-stiùiridh coilltearachd Riaghaltas na h-Alba agus a’ riaghladh nan 660,000 heactairean ann an Oighreachd na Coille Nàiseanta, a' dìonadh, a' cumail smachd air agus a' leudachadh nan coilltean gus buannachdan a thoirt dha coimhearsnachdan, an eaconamaidh agus, ag obair an aghaidh atharrachadh gnàth-shìde. www.forestry.gov.uk/scotland