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WHAT THE NEWSPAPERS SAY
Sometimes, when we visit a town in Scotland, we send a report of our findings to a local newspaper. The report details things we liked in the town, things we disliked, and areas where improvements could be made. While at first glance some of these reports may appear severely critical, our primary aim has always been the same, namely, to highlight certain issues and failings, to focus on certain aspects that might turn a town's fortunes around, and ultimately to improve Scotland's villages, towns and cities, not just for visitors, but for the people who live there. This is what the newspapers said...
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