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A village interpretive plan for Dalwhinnie
09 July 2009
A few months ago a detailed group briefing of seven interpretive consultants was held in Dalwhinnie for a contract to develop an interpretive plan for the village. Dalwhinnie is a small and remote Highland community defined by its location within a high, bleak. dramatic landscape, where trees like the one below are a rarity. This is where the A9 - the Great North Road - meets one of the great routes west.
We submitted a highly unusual tender, and so were delighted to hear yesterday that our approach appealed to the village and that Interpretaction has been selected to take the project forward, subject to funding being secured.