What’s In This Week’s Oban Times 12th January 2022

News in this week's Oban Times brings you details of a new woodland about to be created in Dunbeg, the return of BBC2's popular Winterwatch series next week with presenter Iolo Williams on Mull and a mention of Lismore teenager Fionn Cook who has kicked off a new tradition on his island raising funds for the Scottish Air Ambulance.

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News in this week’s Oban Times brings you details of a new woodland about to be created in Dunbeg, the return of BBC2’s popular Winterwatch series next week with presenter Iolo Williams on Mull and a mention of Lismore teenager Fionn Cook who has kicked off a new tradition on his island raising funds for the Scottish Air Ambulance.
A YouTube video titled ‘Flying to Britain’s least used airport’ on the Isle of Colonsay, viewed 130,000 times in a week, has angered islanders for mistaking a barren car park for the community garden.
Dangerous bends on the A85 east of Connel are getting new safety barriers and warning signs over the next month. And there has been relief for Mull couple aiding an island community hit by Typhoon Odette.

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