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Flo Macaskill who ran Argyll Free Range Eggs from Balvicar Farm on Seil with her former school teacher husband Ewen has thanked loyal customers but said it was the right time to go.
The 2023 UCI Cycling World Championships will welcome more than 8,000 amateur and elite cyclists from more than 120 countries with more than 190 UCI World Champions crowned.
Following a full day of high octane action charity side Hearts and Balls Mighty Bovs ran out deserving winners of both Men’s and Women’s trophy’s.
The group are already working on a second tournament, possibly to be played in Mid Argyll, to take place later this summer.
Local Nevis Range favourite Mikayala Parton took eighth spot in the elite women’s event.
Ardgour Memorial Hall has undergone extensive refurbishments throughout
lockdown, and the committee and the whole community are excited to see live
events return to the village.
Bidean nam Bian is more a mountain range than a single mountain.
An Lanntair is excited to present a real-life The Brilliant & Forever literary competition this summer – complete with real-life alpacas – and is issuing a call for entries
With over a million spectators and a global television audience of around one billion expected across the 11 days, it is predicted the championships in Lochaber and other venues across Scotland will become one of the world’s top 10 sporting events.
Barbara Henderson brings this popular period of Scotland’s history to life through the new and relatable eyes of her young protagonists.
Sandwiched between Glen Affric and Loch Cluanie, A’ Chralaig is a massive mountain.