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Members of the public are being invited to drop in to the Corran Halls on Thursday May 9 to meet the new custodians of Dunollie Wood.
Hosted by Woodland Trust Scotland, the event will run from 3pm to 7pm in order to give everyone a chance to go along and have their say on what they would, and would not, like to see happen within the 80-acre ancient woodland on the edge of Oban.
‘Give us your feedback, tell us your stories and share your thoughts,’ said a Woodland Trust spokesperson.
‘People can also find out how they can get involved in helping look after the wood and other ways they can support us.
‘People can drop in any time – bring the children and have a cuppa.’
The event is free but booking would help the trust prepare for the day. Book at www.woodlandtrust/events and search ‘Dunollie’ or call 0330 333 3300.