What’s In This Week’s Oban Times 27th July 2022

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In this week’s Oban Times we have a desperate plea from a homeless prevention charity facing eviction. We also have a warning story to stay safe on water after the RNLI were called out to a family in a dingy struggling in strong currents at the Falls of Lora. Picture specials from Mull and Taynuilt Highland Games and Seil’s second scarecrow festival also grace our pages and can be viewed on-line by subscribing to our digital page-turning edition of the OT. Over on Mull, people are being asked what they think a new school campus for the island should look like – if funding becomes available. Mull’s celebrity white-tailed eagle couple have just celebrated their silver anniversary with the fledging of their 25th chick and we’ve been talking to two Oban firefighters about to set off on a mighty trek across the Outer Hebrides to fundraise for three charities close to their hearts.


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