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Kinlochleven Community Trust was formed in 2008 after the closure of the aluminium smelter in the village in 1994 with the primary aim of making use of land transferred from Alcan to the local community for regeneration projects. This allowed the village to move away from a dependence on heavy industry to make the most of its location and create an outdoor tourism and small business centre. All of the volunteer Directors are Kinlochleven village residents and elected by the community.

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