The great clean-up continued

Members of Oban Seals cleaned up the beach at Ganavan.

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GRAB Trust cleaned up at Little Ganavan.
Oban High School pupils did their bit.
Oban Baptist Church Youth team were on the case.

Such was the volume of contribution to the Oban Spring Clean 2019 another page is required in The Oban Times this week to cover as much as possible.

On the Sunday March 31, a group of 16 young people from Oban Baptist Church (OBC) took part in the annual spruce-up.

The group is often involved in activities to help the community and saw the  spring clean as a chance to do their bit for their town.

OBC youth leader Catriona Petit told us: ‘We found lots of interesting things, including a full, large tub of chocolate ice-cream and a football.

‘The group showed much enthusiasm and managed to reach places that others would struggle to.’

The group meets weekly at 10.30am at Oban Baptist Church and one of its aims is to show God’s love through acts of kindness.

The GRAB Trust organised a clean-up on Little Ganavan with staff, volunteers an friends helping, while Oban High School’s eco group cleaned up the path at the back of the school and McCall Terrace.