Gillian Barton’s suspension follows the resignation of the Taynuilt-based dance school’s vice-principal, her son Jonathan Barton, amid allegations of inappropriate behaviour towards students.
The dance school said the accusations have come as a shock and it has now launched its own external independent inquiry into the claims.
The special service, complying with the Scottish Government’s guidelines on managing COVID-19, will run for four weeks seeing the 08.35 arrival to Oban from Dalmally and 16.11 departure from Oban to Dalmally only for use by high school pupils.
The major programme of investment is expected to take four months to complete, says Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) Distribution.
Stomach churning rubbish left by anti-social campers at Taynuilt piers included human waste, used toilet tissue, baby wipes, empty cans, broken glass, plastic straws and discarded fishing gut that could entangle and kill wildlife.
Despite being in lockdown Cathy Potter has many happy memories of her life in Lorn to fall back on and, thanks to her daughter Kareen, can share just a few with the Oban Times ahead of her big day.
Take a couple of minutes out of your day to marvel in the beauty of Glen Lonan in this 360 degree video.