Appin Institute meets for first time since start of covid

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Members of Appin Women’s Institute got together on October 14 for the first time since the beginning of the covid pandemic.

Everyone agreed it was good to be together as a group, even with social distancing.

Guest speaker was Tracy Law from Heritage Bakehouse in Oban, who gave members an insight into the baking of sourdough bread and – even better – a taste of it with a cup of tea.

At the institute’s meeting on November 18, Rena Cameron demonstrated how to create beautiful Christmas arrangements using greenery, candles and flowers.