NEW ART TRAIL IS SET TO LAUNCH AND FEATURES LOCH EARN'S POPULAR LANDMARK

BLiSS comprises a series of 13 creative installations with additional ornamental features to link the villages which Loch Earn Tourism Information group represents

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