The author lived and worked at Dunnet Head for many years, giving her time on a voluntary basis. Writing the horse section for the Scottish Outdoor Access Code, as well as reviewing the Energy White Paper and the Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2003.
In return she was shut out by public services just as soon as she wanted paying for her coordination services for the North Highland Way. It all started in Brough Bay. You can read that sad story in a book on Lulu. Not it is not free. Nor were the maps the writer bought for £8 and everybody wanted them free.
Roseanna Cunningham says she supports the Way, but does not answer emails, no matter how many times you send them. She is responsible for SEPA being under her department, instead of Tourism where it should be.