What’s in This Week’s Oban Times 21st April 2021

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In This Week’s Oban Times we have all the latest key dates for lockdown relaxations including pubs and non-essential shops opening on Monday and keeping up with the good news we hear that Oban Community Play Park should be fully operational very soon thanks to parents and carers reporting faults and breakages to the council – a contractor issue to make a special trip this week to get it sorted. Also Lismore and Port Appin will be getting a new £500,000 ferry for the end of this year.

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