Trossachs


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Trossachs

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1. a narrow wooded valley in central Scotland, between Loch Achray and Loch Katrine: made famous by Sir Walter Scott's descriptions
2. (popularly) the area extending northwards from Loch Ard and Aberfoyle to Lochs Katrine, Achray, and Venachar
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Glengoyne and Mhor are within easy reach of Glasgow and Edinburgh and set in the Trossachs.
Trossachs and Teith Tory councillor, Martin Earl, who attended the ceremony, said: "This was a very special ceremony.
Franchise manager of Arnold Clark Renault, David Murton, said: "We're absolutely thrilled to continue our support for Trossachs Search and Rescue Team.
The Rob Roy and Trossachs Visitor Centre, situated in the former St Kessog's Church, was a favourite with tourists for 24 years.
Balloch is known as the gateway to the the Trossachs and it was hoped its inclusion in the National Park would bring benefits in investment and conservation.
Trossachs Search and Rescue members have carried out a temporary service in the area since October, and were invited by Dunblane Community Council to extend their coverage to include Dunblane.
The gang's silver Volvo was stopped near the Trossachs Pier on Loch Katrine on Thursday by a lone police officer.
Last night Mr Gregory, who is a member of the Trossachs Search and Rescue Team, said he had no doubt Fruin's actions had saved the man's life.
There may be only 15 miles between Aberfoyle and Callander in the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park but this Great Scottish Journey includes the magnificent Duke's Pass.
Friends of Aberfoyle and Buchlyvie Medical Practice will hold a meeting to inform you about the devleopments taking place in healthcare in the Trossachs. There will also be an update on the fundraising initiatives carried out by the FAB gropu and a short EGM.
But planners at Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park Authority threw out the application following a storm of protests from residents and conservation organisations.
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.