Featured in Guardian/Observer Travel
Journalist Paul Webster visited Coigach as a youngster and came back recently to see if it was as good as he remembered. To summarise: it was! All in all Mr Webster has written an enthusiastic piece which gives a very positive impression to the potential visitor though as locals were quick to point out, there were are few inaccuracies: we have TWO whole shops, which between them serve the community with a wide variety of goods and services and the school has not been downgraded to a one teacher establishment…..yet. The CCDC continutes to work hard towards our goal of providing housing to encourage young families with children to live here. The happy news that the wind turbine can be transported here means we are a little step further towards a sustainable income but there’s lot of work to do – not least finding a suitable site for housing development.
We’re looking forward to welcoming visitors spurred on by Mr Webster’s article – and if they want to come and live here too so much the better. Vibrant community, excellent little school, fantastic scenery in an unpolluted environment, fun for all ages – what’s not to like?
For accommodation and visitor information go to Achiltibuie Tourist Association’s own website www.coigach.com
(Click the link to read the whole article – but if that doesn’t work, we’ve pasted it into Coigach Connections for posterity.)