What’s in This Week’s Oban Times 21st October 2020

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Kathie, Ellis and Fiona are back to discuss what’s coming up in this week’s Oban Times.

Ganavan council meetings – what do we do about overnight campers and caravans? Kathie mentions a Zoom meeting with Oban Community Council which is coming up  which has Ganavan on its agenda where members of the public can go and view.

Fiona has been working on sports with lots of good news within including an interview with Suzanna Macmillan about her Boxing and personal training sessions at Atlantis and about a few personal battles she has had to continue her involvement in the sport she loves.

Fiona has her own personal golf challenge which she is writing about.

Kathie just fresh back from holiday  has been looking at COVID and what the virus is doing locally – good news about a better breakdown of what is going on our areas with cases in the last 7 days and a nurse tests positive at the Lorn and Isles hospital during routine staff testing.

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