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A Quarry too near

On the Kilpatrick Hills near to Dumbarton, Sheephill Quarry got planning permission in 1949, long before the houses at Miltonhill were built. The houses shake with the blasts now, but could be in danger if it advances to their back gardens. Clydebelt supports the residents, and also deplores removal of this part of the Kilpatrick Hills skyline as seen from Milton & Dumbarton.

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