Islander hails cash aid to repair Calum’s road
A world-famous road built single handedly by a Hebridean crofter has been given £50,000 of council funding for much-needed repair work.
The late Calum MacLeod spent two decades planning and building the two-mile extension to the main road on Raasay to help connect his community with the wider world after repeated calls to the council for improvements fell on deaf ears.
The road between Brochel Castle and Arnish was surfaced by the local authority after it was officially adopted in 1982.
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