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Fingers…and legs crossed there will be good news for campaigners desperate to keep Ganavan Sands toilets open. The loos are due to shut at the end of this month and it would be April before the council re-opens them, unless excess Covid funding is put to use to pay for their winter upkeep. Oban’s Winter Festival will be back from November 19 to 28 and Autumnwatch presenter Meg McCubbin will be on Mull for this season’s BBC 2 series starting on Tuesday.
We have news of a 30 bed bedroom, three storey hotel planned in Oban on the site of a car park, and Islay’s 12th distillery gives it a shot. Plus we have a Mod round up, including a double gold medal for Oban Gaelic Choir’s John Joe McNeil, and, for one quartet, a 400 mile round trip for choir practice has finally paid off. It’s all in this week’s Oban Times…
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