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Staying safe on Scotland’s waters

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It might be hot, but cooling off in lochs, reservoirs, or in the sea can be more than you bargained for with cold and difficult conditions. If you’re heading in or out on the water this summer, make sure you’re well prepared.

Forestry and Land Scotland will help you keep safe this summer.

https://forestryandland.gov.scot/what-we-do/health-safety-wellbeing/water-safety?fbclid=IwAR2U6ykC2e_RRHMQvy6Xaeh-L3mE1OONm5kOjjeyHYC2f_fqKaXgDgM7IxY

Written by: Jill McLaren

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