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Owners of the Taynuilt Inn ravaged by fire tell Kathie this week they will rebuild it. Over on Luing, there are troubled waters after a ford connecting the island to neighbouring Torsa was built up before relevant authorities were approached and stirred up a storm of protest from boating and kayaking communities UK wide who have described it as a barrier, blocking what they say was a safe and sheltered passage. Fiona has been looking into a new Community Interest Company which has been set up with the aim of improving sports and events facilities across the town and talking of community projects, Oban Pride took place last weekend spreading joy and laughter with an array of free family friendly events.
Sandy brings us news of Scott of the Antarctic’s great grandson showing his first film – a murder mystery set in St Conan’s Kirk – at Oban’s Phoenix Cinema this Wednesday and Thursday.
Seeking Glass, written by film student Charles Falcon Scott during lockdown on the Isle of Buidhe, is a thriller in the style of the Da Vinci Code.
In this week’s Oban Times you can also find out about plans to rewild half a million acres of the Scottish Highlands.
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