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£200,000 fund to help tourism on North Coast 500


By SPP Reporter


North Highland Regeneration Fund chairman Lord Thurso and Caithness Chamber of Commerce chief executive Trudy Morris at the launch of the new fund at the Castle of Mey.
North Highland Regeneration Fund chairman Lord Thurso and Caithness Chamber of Commerce chief executive Trudy Morris at the launch of the new fund at the Castle of Mey.

EFFORTS to improve accommodation on the NC500 route are being stepped upwith funding of £200,000 made available by operators of a regenerationfund.

The money has been provided by the North Highland Regeneration Fund(NHRF) which will run as a pilot project, was launched at theCastle of Mey and is open to existing operators and thoseplanning to start up a new business.

It offers low-interest loans of up to £25,000, along with access toadvice and support with the aim of increasing the quantity and qualityof accommodation in the area.

Read more in today's John O'Groat Journal.



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