Public blaze a trail to open day

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Members of the community came out in force on Saturday to support Oban Community Fire Station’s open day.

A steady stream of visitors attended the event, which was in aid of MND Scotland and Scottish Fire and Rescue Family Support Trust.

A spokesperson from Oban Community Fire Station said: ‘We would like to thank all local businesses and members of the public for their kind donations, and other emergency services for attending on the day.

‘We would also like to thank everybody who came along on the day to show their support.’

The event raised a fantastic total of £4,183 to be split between the two charities.