Cape Wrath

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Wrath, Cape,

promontory, Highland, NW Scotland. It is the northwestern extremity of the Scottish mainland. The headland, 368 ft (112 m) high, has a lighthouse.
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The film will be based on Ure's life at Cape Wrath lighthouse in Sutherland.
Mr Ure has signed a deal worth over pounds 40,000 based on his life at Cape Wrath Lighthouse in Sutherland where he runs the UK's remotest cafe.
But until now they were only able to offer visitors to Cape Wrath lighthouse crisps and sandwiches.
Lighthousekeeping is a mishmash of time, place and plotline, the only thing uniting them being the Cape Wrath lighthouse in Salts, a tiny town in northern Scotland.
John and Kay Ure say the 11-mile road to their home at Cape Wrath Lighthouse - set on 900ft cliffs in Sutherland - is impossible to drive.
John Ure, 54, will start serving "light" refreshments at the historic Cape Wrath Lighthouse next month.
Customers at the Cape Wrath lighthouse cafe have to spend pounds 14 on a ferry fare then trek for eight miles to mainland Scotland's most north-westerly point.
The finish line is at Cape Wrath lighthouse, near Durness, in Wester Ross.