What’s In This Week’s Oban Times 20th July 2022

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In this week’s Oban Times, the Church of Scotland has revealed a list of 21 churches across Argyll and Lochaber facing potential closure. On this list is Lismore’s St Moluag’s historic cathedral and a church on Tiree where the congregation are usually connected to Bute for their Sunday service. Saturday sees the return of Taynuilt Highland Games and it is the start of Seil’s week-long scarecrow festival. We have a news bite about Oban Fish and Chips in George Street getting third ‘plaice’ in a national seaside selection of the UK’s top ten chippies.
Check out cracking photos from Lismore Show and we have the usual sports round-up keeping you on the ball.


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