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Lomond

1. Loch. a lake in W Scotland, north of Glasgow: the largest Scottish lake; designated a national park in 2002. Length: about 38 km (24 miles). Width: up to 8 km (5 miles)
2. See Ben Lomond
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Sam said: "RSPB Scotland's Loch Lomond reserve was acquired relatively recently - in 2012 - so we still have much to learn about the species that call it home.
"Loch Lomond is always very peaceful and a perfect place to get your camera out and capture the world going by."
West Dunbartonshire Council rejected the plans on Wednesday but a decision still needs to be made by the board of Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park.
Hillhouse Capital Management, a Hong Kong-based investment firm, in partnership with the management team from Scotland-based whisky producer Loch Lomond, has announced the acquisition of Loch Lomond Group from Exponent Private Equity, the company said.
Plans for the Lomond Banks resort in Balloch include a 60-bedroom aparthotel, 32-bedroom budget accommodation, a craft brewery, boat house, leisure centre and restaurants, as well as improvements to public paths and green spaces.
I was guilty of grievous understatement two weeks ago when I wrote I was "minded to be cautious" on the [pounds sterling]30 million Loch Lomond tourist development with a 60-bedroom apart-block, a 32-bedroom budget hotel, leisure centre and restaurants.
This pass allows you unlimited entry to Sea Life Loch Lomond as many times as you want for a full year for 50 per cent off.
As play resumed Loch Lomond got a break, slipping the ball to the right hand side of the D with the player executing the shot and scoring giving Loch Lomond the lead.
Byline: Johanna Urquhart Principal Lomond School www.lomondschool.com
Walkers are being invited to sign up for a Ben Lomond Torchlight Challenge.
ANDREW FOWLER was a guest of Argyll Holidays' Loch Lomond Holiday Park.