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Talks planned on castle's future
A meeting is to be held to discuss how best to conserve a ruined castle on Loch Moidart in the west Highlands.

Historic Scotland considers Castle Tioram - pronounced cheerum - a nationally important monument.

The owner Lex Brown, of Anta Estates, has a plan to restore it as private accommodation.

Michael Foxley, Highland councillor for Ardnamurchan and Morvern, said he intends to convene a meeting involving all interested parties soon.

The ruined castle has close links with the Clan MacDonald.


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