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‘I’m the only No in my village’

Communities across Scotland are being ripped apart by the independence debate. One No voter shares her experiences

By Brenda Kutchinsky  
The Aberdeenshire village of Pennan was made famous by the film Local Hero

The Aberdeenshire village of Pennan was made famous by the film Local Hero

Every morning when I wake, I feel privileged to live in a beautiful, seaside village on Scotland’s north east coast, made famous by the 1983 film Local Hero. Normally, the only disruption to Pennan’s peaceful atmosphere is the arrival of the odd tourist, keen to snap a selfie inside the famous red phone box that featured on the film poster.

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