Locals band together to buy UK’s most remote pub
29 May 2021 | 11:41 am
The Old Forge in Inverie, western Scotland, is Britain's most remote pub, situated in what has been described as the country's "last true wilderness". Now villagers are joining forces to buy back the pub to return it to its former status as a community gathering place.
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