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08 Dec 2015
Spean Bridge and Roy Bridge will have plenty of Christmas spirit this year with local bus operator, Stagecoach, vowing to help fund new festive lights.
Stagecoach North Scotland confirmed that they will contribute towards the Christmas lights for 2015 to ensure the villages will be lit up for the season. At a recent Community Council meeting Steve Walker, Managing Director for Stagecoach North Scotland pledged the support to the villages for their Christmas lights.
Steve Walker, Managing Director for Stagecoach North Scotland said: "We are delighted to support the Christmas lights in Spean Bridge and Roy Bridge which will benefit the residents, businesses and community during this festive period. We support many local clubs and organisations throughout the North Scotland region over the year and will look forward to seeing the new lights along our bus routes."
Peter McIntosh, Chairman for Glen Spean & Great Glen Tourism added: "We really value the generous donation from Stagecoach which along with funds from Ferguson Transport and our own Tourism Group will allow us to add some bright Christmas cheer to the villages."