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Outrage as Fairies face the electric chair

One of Scotlands best loved landmarks a paradise for over twenty thousand hill walkers every year the famed “Fairy Hill, Schiehallion” a 3553 foot peak of dramatic beauty is about to be denigrated in a weave of 140 miles of wire and 60 foot supporting pylons.

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The Herald

Please make your protest known to them in supporting and protecting the beauty of Scotlands most famous Fairy hill and gaining a reprieve for the Fairies .

Owned by the John Muir trust since 1999 Nigel Hawkins, the trust’s director, said: “This monstrous development could end up sweeping across views to and from the fairy mountain, one of Scotland’s best-loved landmarks. If allowed to go ahead it will deflower Schiehallion, degrade Scotland’s image abroad and do untold damage to the tourist industry.

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