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HAS BEEN chosen for an ambitious £800,000 charity village
the venture is Scottish charity Aldouran Glen Village.
plan to develop a 14.5- acre site with 11 self-catering cabins
and other facilities to enable them to provide for the people
with special needs.
they say the project would bring new income into the area,
as well as providing jobs.
phase costing around £400,000 could be ready if there
are no problems towards the autumn with the remainder of the
programme scheduled for completion two years later.
week the "Free Press" was told by Gerry Brown, children's
services manager with Dumfries and Galloway Council Social
Services "We are looking at this development with great
interest and the services in Dumfries and Galloway are working
together in it".
the scheme is Bernard Farrell-Roberts, managing director of
Aldouran Glen Village, based at Aldouran Glen House, Leswalt.
The company has been registered as a charity in Scotland.