Rotarians plant bulbs at St Conan’s Kirk

Pictured are, front row: Liz Mackay, Linda Oxland, Dave Mudie, Rotary president Iain MacIntyre and Gordon MacLachlan; back row, Graham Fraser, Billy MacLean and Peter Tosh, the event co-ordinator.

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In partnership with the Friends of St Conan’s Kirk, who seek to maintain the fabric and grounds of this historical and iconic building through their fundraising programmes, members of the Rotary Club of Oban participated in a daffodil bulb planting event last Sunday in the gardens surrounding the building.

St Conan’s Kirk attracts a substantial number of visitors each year and much credit is due to the local committee for their efforts to maintain and enhance the attraction of the building and its surrounding area.

The daffodil bulbs were donated by local Rotarian Terry Macnair.

The next major event at St Conan’s Kirk is the Christmas tree festival which runs from Friday November 30 until Sunday December 2.