What’s In This Week’s Oban Times 20th October 2021

Oban had a blast when Storm, a ten metre high puppet marched her way through the streets attracting giant crowds, find out more about her visit and see the pictures in this week's Oban Times plus lots more in this week's podcast.

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Oban had a blast when Storm, a ten metre high puppet marched her way through the streets attracting giant crowds, find out more about her visit and see the pictures in this week’s Oban Times.
Also read about an apology from Argyll & Bute Health and Social Care Partnership after it sent out second dose vaccine appointments to 163 Oban teenagers by mistake – the blame is on human error.
Fort William joins the city of Inverness and Morvern and Ardnamurchan become part of Argyll in a new review of MP constituency boundaries – you get your say in a public consultation.

And it has emerged that a group of ferry experts, set up by the Scottish Government to advise on key issues affecting lifeline island services in Scotland, has not met for two years, despite the ongoing ferry fiasco.

We also have the epic tale of a cyclist and a flying chestnut fruit. Intrigued? Pick up your OT this week.

 

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