After a break of two years due to the pandemic, the sun also turned out to give its support to the event at Ardchattan Priory Gardens on July 31 raising funds for the 37th (Ardchattan) Argyll Scout Group and North Connel Guides, Brownies and Rainbows as well as Scotland’s Garden Scheme.
Retirement is about stopping working, not stopping living. Squeeze out all the joy possible, you’ve earned it.
A fundraiser set up in memory of popular Mallaig piper Nathan Ritchie had reached over £6,000 just a week after being set up.
Exam results are in. How did Argyll schools do? Council tax may go up by 3% to plug an £8M budget gap. Mull lost its big ferry – what did islanders think? And we round up the Killin Games and Lorn and Bunessan Shows. What happened after a champion dog went AWOL?
Oban Business Ambassadors are being sought to sign up and showcase their business and help promote the Argyll and Bute card scheme to an even wider audience.
The first home league game of the season is against Golspie Sutherland on Saturday, August 20 (2pm).
After two somewhat socially isolated years, competitors enjoyed a return to the many other benefits of the week.
Hobbs was a shipping magnate, naval veteran, a leading light of the 20th century Scotch whisky industry – and a bootlegger, making his fortune running booze into California during Prohibition.
Beinn Mheadhoin is the thirteenth-highest mountain of Great Britain.
Hillwalkers are urged to check online for deer stalking information before setting out during the busiest part of the season
After a pandemic-enforced absence of two years, the Killin Highland Games held on Wednesday August 3 made a warm and sunny welcome return to the games circuit