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Tickets for this year’s illuminated winter woods experience are up for grabs at a fundraising bingo night in Oban tomorrow, Friday September 6.
The View in George Street is hosting the evening in aid of November’s week-long Oban Winter Festival and it includes a raffle.
One of the festival organisers, Pamela Lockhart, said: ‘Last year all the tickets for the winter woods trail at Glencruitten sold out in just half an hour so this is a good way of getting yours before anyone else. Good luck in the raffle!
‘We hope as many people as possible will come along tomorrow night to The View and give us their support. The dates are set and we’re busy behind the scenes planning yet another packed festival week for everyone.’
This year’s festival run from Friday to Sunday, November 15 to 24.