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Plans for ‘multi-use’ path from Aboyne to Glen Tanar to be considered after local support | #childpredator | #onlinepredator | #sextrafficing

An application to create a new footpath from Aboyne to Glen Tanar has been lodged with Aberdeenshire Council.

Last year we told of a proposed ‘traffic-free’ route between the two areas, aimed at walkers, horse-riders and cyclists.

Nearby residents who were surveyed on the link were found to be highly supportive, with 420 of 422 voicing favour for the pathway. Additionally, a survey of Aboyne Academy pupils found that many would use the route to travel to school.

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Now, Aberdeenshire councillors will consider the route, which would start at Aboyne and run through to Glen Tanar at Bridge of Ess.

Plans involve extensive use of pre-existing tracks and paths but also include building new sections and upgrading some of the existing ones.

Documents submitted to the council state that the project already has “full support and cooperation of the landowners.”

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