Donation is a treat for Oban Link Club

Oban Community Council's Marri Malloy hands over a cheque for £300 to Oban Link Club's Neil Cameron

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Oban Link Club has received £300 to give its members a treat in lockdown.

Marri Malloy from Oban Community Council handed over the much-appreciated cheque to Neil Cameron of Oban Link Club.

Maggie Dougall, who helps run the club, said: ‘The donation is very much appreciated and will allow us to provide the members with some treats during these difficult times.

‘We meet in the Baptist Church Hall on Albany Street from 2pm to 4pm every Wednesday.’

The club is for those with who suffer or have suffered from mental ill health and need support and friendship. New members are always welcome.’