Something for the Weekend 29th May 2020
Podcasts
Something for the Weekend 29th May 2020

Ellis, Fiona, Steevie and Kathie blast off for another weekend of fun – Space launches, haggis hurling, Hairspray and kayak planting are all in the firing line in this weeks wayward “banterfest”

Health chief says sorry over work bullying
News
Health chief says sorry over work bullying

Chief Officer at Argyll and Bute Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP) Joanna McDonald also pledged to take action after a report revealed that 68 per cent of workers who responded to a survey had been bullied during their time working for the HSCP

West Coast Review
News
West Coast Review

Here’s the June issue of The West Coast Review!
We have produced this issue as digital only – so please SHARE FAR AND WIDE!

Well-being benefits of a tactile garden
Leisure
Well-being benefits of a tactile garden

Sensory gardens appeal to all our senses – sight, smell, sound, taste and touch – helping to reduce stress and anxiety and providing us with a place that helps encourage wellbeing and mindfulness.

Something for the Weekend 15th May 2020
Podcasts
Something for the Weekend 15th May 2020

Join Kathie, Ellis, Fiona and Steevie as they head towards another “lockdown weekend”
Ellis may be off Magnet fishing, Steevie protecting his hobbit feet and Kathie heading into Narnia/her wardrobe but Fiona is heading (hopefully to the bowling green)

In your night garden
Leisure
In your night garden

By adding night-scented plants and soft lighting, along with pale-coloured flowers and foliage that appear to glow in the fading light, your garden will become an enticing ‘room’ to sit in at the end of the day.

Cry for the Wild: Holly Gillibrand
Lochaber
Cry for the Wild: Holly Gillibrand

In Amsterdam, they are already taking action to ensure that their city can recover from the impacts of coronavirus by embracing the doughnut model designed by Kate Raworth, a British economist and author.

Around Oban with Kay McDonald
Opinion
Around Oban with Kay McDonald

With a little bit of thought and effort we can help our local businesses and shopkeepers get through the next wee while by shopping with them online, or ordering over the phone.

The Croftless Crofter: Nic Goddard
Lochaber
The Croftless Crofter: Nic Goddard

Many of us are in need just now and many of us are offering help and friendship. In our small communities across the peninsula looking out for our neighbours has been a way of life long before coronavirus changed the pace and way we live.