AIMUp campaigners release manifesto
Alan Ferguson • Published 28 Sep 2012 07:30 0 Comments
THE MOUNTAIN bikers that are campaigning to get a mechanical uplift installed at Innerleithen have released a manifesto.
Residents of Innerleithen, Walkerburn, Cardrona, Traquair and The Glen will receive ballot papers and document in the first week of October.
And their vote can be returned by freepost, door-to-door collections or the ballot on October 18.
The manifest oprovides an explanation of Forestry Commission Scotland's National Forest Land Scheme that requires the ballot, and looks at the group's plans for the area.
Within it they've also renewed their plea to local communities to show their support and make the mechanical bike uplift a reality.
For further information, or if you would like to get involved please contact Ian Campbell at firstname.lastname@example.org, see the groups' webpage at http://aimup.org.uk/ or via Facebook "Support-the-Innerleithen-Uplift".
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