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Organisers of Perthshire swimming event 'devastated' after toxic bacteria in loch forces cancellation

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Perthshire has been cancelled due to a toxic bacteria in a loch. Organisers of Swim Loch Tay said they were “devastated” to confirm the meet would not take place on Saturday, September 18 after an outbreak of blue-green algae in the water.The swim had been organised by Tay Fitness Events, the group behind the likes of the Killin 5k and 10k and the Loch 2 Lawers 10k and half marathon, which will go ahead as planned on Sunday, September 19.In a post on the website, organiser Pete Waugh said: “We are devastated to announce that this year’s Swim Loch Tay at Loch Tay Highland Lodges, due to take place on Saturday, September 18, has been cancelled.“Unfortunately, several very large blooms of blue green algae have developed around the marina at.

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