The Fort William charity has given the equivalent of 3,681 meals to those in need since it opened last November but manager Alec McConachie said the number of people relying on the help is on the rise.
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Visitors to Pennyfuir cemetery in Oban said the area closest to the A85 trunk road was at least ‘knee deep in water’ with torrents running off the nearby busy carriageway.
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The proposed location for the town’s new high school is within the existing school site and land to the north east,at existing grass playing pitches at Dalintart/Glencruitten.At the public event,people will be able to see outlines of the sites of the brand new school buildings,associated car parks,playing fields,outbuildings and bus drop-off areas. They will also have the chance to meet members of the project team and ask questions.
The public events are part of a pre-application consultation which allows members of the public to view the initial proposals and make comments before any planning application is submitted.
At the planning application stage there will be more opportunities for people to share their views.
The Oban High School event will take place on Tuesday December 2 in the McCaig Suite,Corran Halls,Oban between 10am and 8pm.
Anyone unable to go can still have their say by looking at the proposals online at www.argyll-bute.gov.uk/
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The fighters from Oban Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) travelled to Motherwell to take part in Scotland’s premier Brazilian jiu-jitsu event,the
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Oban Communities Trust believes The Rockfield Centre will become a workshop for artists and small businesses in a first phase of the project.
The trust is inviting members of the public to go along and see the plans at two open sessions in one of the huts on Wednesday December 3 from 12-2.30pm and 4-7pm.
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