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7th October 2021
 

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The LEADER group left to right – LEADER Local Action Group members Tony Fitzpatrick, Teresa Dougall, Cathy Agnew, Harry Harbottle, Sharon Glendinning, Clair McFarlan, Annan Johnson, and programme manager Nicola Hill, and LAG chairman Peter Ross

 
 
The LEADER group left to right - LEADER Local Action Group members Tony Fitzpatrick, Teresa Dougall, Cathy Agnew, Harry Harbottle, Sharon Glendinning, Clair McFarlan, Annan Johnson, and programme manager Nicola Hill, and LAG chairman Peter Ross
 

 
 
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