What’s In This Week’s Oban Times 22nd June 2022

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Could Taynuilt be home to one of the oldest grocer’s shops in Scotland? Celebrations at the weekend with cake and congratulations marked 100 years since Grahams the Grocers opened in Main Street and The Oban Times was there to join in.

Over on Lismore, the island has three new inhabitants taking up residency at an abandoned croft. It is all part of a new art installation by sculptor Iona Macleod. You have until the end of September to go see them for yourselves.

We’ve also got loads of fantastic pictures from Killin Music Festival and if you like your classic wheels, you are in for a treat with our coverage of Oban and District Classic Car Club’s father’s day show held out at Taynuilt.

Other stories in this week’s OT include aviation history being made at Oban Airport when a portion of pasta took to the skies. We also have the ususal sports round-up.


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