What’s In This Week’s Oban Times 3rd November 2021

In this week's Oban Times Kathie brings news of more confusion and missed vaccination appointments after more data processing errors. Along with a latest apology from Argyll and Bute Health and Social Care Partnership we have a pledge from the health board that those problems are now resolved. Great news is that the Ganavan toilets will be staying open over winter thanks to people power and persuasive efforts of Oban councillors

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In this week’s Oban Times Kathie brings news of more confusion and missed vaccination appointments after more data processing errors. Along with a latest apology from Argyll and Bute Health and Social Care Partnership we have a pledge from the health board that those problems are now resolved. Great news is that the Ganavan toilets will be staying open over winter thanks to people power and persuasive efforts of Oban councillors and recreation groups who use the beach area all year round. If you have not had your fill of Halloween yet, fear not…we have a fangtastic photo gallery of lots of little horrors. Fiona brings us a sporting round-up featuring a proud granddad telling us all about his two football stars.

 

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