Piper plays Oban’s respects

Pipe Sergeant James Rosie of Oban Pipe Band plays at the war memorial in Oban during the service of Remembrance.

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About 400 people turned out to take part in and watch Oban’s Remembrance Parade on Sunday.

This year’s parade, saved by Oban Sea cadets and Councillor Jim Lynch after the demise of the town’s Royal British Legion in February, was one of the biggest witnessed in recent years.

Turn to pages 8, 9 and 10 for more photographs and stories of how the town and surrounding area remembered those  lives lost at war.