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Weʼre raising £100,000 to upgrade the walkway along the waterfront in Findhorn, ensuring access for all, in memory of David Urquhart who bequeathed money for this aim

Findhorn, Forres, UK

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The current footpath along the scenic waterfront at Findhorn has an uneven surface and several steps, slipways and obstacles which prevent access for people with physical disabilities. David Urquhart, a local businessman who lived in Findhorn, bequeathed a sum of money towards upgrading this path for all to use and requested the Findhorn Village Conservation Company to manage the project.

Research and consultation is complete with plans drawn up and approved. However, we now need a significant amount of extra funding to overcome the civil engineering challenges to be able to bring David's vision to reality and give full access to this beautiful area to everybody, regardless of physical ability.

We would be very grateful if you were able to contribute towards this very worthy project, which will be known as the David Urquhart Memorial Path. Thank you.

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      Jul 10, 2018

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      May 29, 2018

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