Battlesite in Danger!
Killiecrankie is recognised not just for its outstanding natural beauty but for its important cultural heritage. More people died at the Battle of Killiecrankie in 1689 at the start of the period of Jacobite rebellion than at the Battle of Culloden at the end.
KilliecrAnkie1689 believes that the A9 route which Transport Scotland favours to dual a crucial mile of road through Killiecrankie will cause unprecedented degradation to the battle site. Since the original road was built in the 1970s, many layers of official protection have been put in place. The regulatory framework is meant to protect, conserve and enhance the battlefield for the benefit of future generations.
In order to ensure that the battle site is fully protected, KilliecrAnkie1689 needs legal assistance. This GoFundMe request has been set up to help pay for it.