Killiecrankie battlefield in danger!

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Maggie Sanderson
Sep 16, 2020
Insensitive disregard for our heritage must be challenged. Once done it won't be undone, and all alternatives should be considered.

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Alan Partington
Sep 16, 2020
Too little attention is paid to history and the lessons to be learned from it

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Michael Granger
Sep 16, 2020
Not only is this battlefield of historic importance it is also a place of rest for the souls of those who died there. The battle is significant in Jacobite history and the history of Scotland. To build a a motorway through it is totally unthinkable, and wicked in the extreme.

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Peter Harvey
Sep 16, 2020
It's important not to cover over history

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Chris Clarkson
Sep 16, 2020
Respect our history! This is not an appropriate solution to the road problem.

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William Diacont
Sep 16, 2020
As an ancestor of Clan Cameron, I am greatly opposed to the destruction of this historic battlefield.

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Carole Cairns
Jul 28, 2020
I was in that area last year and the beauty of the area and the historical importance should saved!

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Ann MacGillivray
Jul 27, 2020
This a historical site of National Importance

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Jeff Hancock
Jul 27, 2020
British History is important and should be preserved

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Felicity Graham
Jul 13, 2020
Post covid-19 it is time to reassess public spending. The appetite for walking and cycling that we have seen means money should be diverted away from road building and towards active travel. Road expansion destroys the environment, damages historical sites important for heritage and tourism, adds to the CO2 problem, encourages sedentary behaviour, creates traffic and increases the risk of death and serious injury through accident.