As the Friends of Ganavan survey continues, every response counts
As a town we are desperate to see the non-essential retail, cafes, bars and restaurants open even in restricted mode.
Fiona, Kathie and Ellis get together for their weekly teaser to what’s in this week’s paper
Now breathing through a small hole in his throat, Dave Morris has defiantly managed to climb to 20,000ft in the Himalayas, ski mountaineer in Alaska and climb alpine rock routes in Norway.
Over the six weeks from the beginning of January, up to the Calcutta Cup kick-off on February 6, Andrew Johnston, his wife Ethel and children Charlie, Harry and Jack, completed over 1300 miles of walking and cycling between them.
Atlas Arts and SEALL have secured funding to provide an art and dance club for the island’s 14-17-year-olds, led by Molly Scott Danter who is a dancer, artist and
storyteller originally from Edinbane.
Spring is in the air and The Oban Times crew are definitely feeling it in this week’s podcast. While Kathie, Ellis and Fiona celebrate nature all the extra chirping and frenzied bird feeding going on in our gardens – Steevie is not so chirpy and is after those pesky squirrels who have been stealing and stashing away his conker collection from which he had hope to sprout some trees.
George’s book is a gripping catalogue of climbing achievements which will appeal to fellow climbers of all ages and experience.
Fort William Mountain Festival has gone fully digital for the 17th edition of the world-renowned festival.
The scheme offers up to £50 towards the repair or service of a bike.