Na­tional park needs your vote in BBC poll

Stirling Observer - - FRONT PAGE - Kaiya Mar­jorib­anks

There are less than two weeks left to vote for Loch Lomond and Trossachs Na­tional Park in the BBC Coun­try­file Magazine Awards.

A host of Scot­land’s most out­stand­ing vis­i­tor des­ti­na­tions and at­trac­tions - in­clud­ing the park - have been nom­i­nated.

Now in their sixth year, the awards cel­e­brate the best of the British coun­try­side, from its great her­itage at­trac­tions and favourite hol­i­day des­ti­na­tions to its most stun­ning na­ture re­serves and finest ru­ral pubs.

There are 12 cat­e­gories and the short­list of nom­i­nees from all over the UK was se­lected by some of the coun­try’s most re­spected travel, na­ture and out­doors writ­ers and broad­cast­ers.

The Na­tional Park is one of 10 Scot­tish fi­nal­ists across the cat­e­gories and was nom­i­nated in the Na­tional Park of the Year cat­e­gory by Coun­try­file pre­sen­ter John Craven.

The win­ners will be an­nounced midMarch on­line and will ap­pear in the May is­sue of BBC Coun­try­file Magazine which goes on sale on April 7.

Votes can be placed – by Fe­bru­ary 28 on­line at the BBC Coun­try­file Magazine web­site www.coun­try­file.com/awards.

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