The team at Scottish Sea Farms’ new freshwater hatchery on the banks of Loch Creran will be out in force this Saturday to clear up Teithil Beach and are hoping people will turn out to help.
GaelForce/ Fusion Marine will be at the Victory Hall in Benderloch from 3pm to 8pm on Thursday October 3, inviting questions from the public on its future plans for the former sea life sanctuary.
Members of the public are invited to go along to ask questions and find out more about future plans
Gael Force Fusion’s investment will keep 22 people in work and could create eight more jobs
The Scottish Sea Farms state-of-the-art hatchery at Barcaldine will create jobs from 2019.
Night-time drivers face a 42 mile detour as the A828 south of Barcaldine and the Connel Bridge close next week for £385,000 of repairs