Archive for November, 2010
December 2nd 2010 day – 10 am to 2 pm evening : 5.30pm to 8 pm CHRISTMAS FAYRES Victory Hall, Benderloch Get into the Christmas Spirit with LORN !We have so many stalls that we are inÂ TWO HALLS — and a separate Therapy Room !!
The Bar will be open from 7.30 pm in the Victory Hall, Benderloch, tomorrow for all in the community to come in, chill out, and chat. This follows another Local Business Forum meeting, organised by Local Origins Rural Network; this week looking at promoting your business locally, and creating effective networks. This meeting starts at [...]
Everyone seems to have had a great time and some brilliant runs – FB report here Get ready to cheer all the runners Sunday 28th Â from 11 am – for the annual Beinn Lora hill race. http://beinnlorahillrace.synthasite.com/ for full details It is a 5 kilometre course, which includes 340 metres of climbing and is open [...]
http://trafficscotland.org/lev A new service from Traffic Scotland, with web cams at Dalmally and the Rest and Be Thankful. Also Altnafeadh Could be very useful this winter ! Bookmark it for future reference.
For all the ForArgyll articles and responses from around the community which are being added all the time – click here – There is a constant updating of information on the posts there, including several important North Lorn contributors. If you want to hear sensible, well researched responses about our schools there are a number [...]
07 December Â· 19:00 – 22:00 Location : Ardchattan Primary School SaveArdchattanPrimary on Facebook
A new business in Benderloch aims to celebrate the glorious scenery of our area, and spread it far and wide. John McBrayne has returned to the village, with his young family, to pursue his passion and undoubted talent as a photographer. Hopefully we will get to see regular examples of his work here, sharing the [...]
A RECORD number of anglers, fishing from boat, shore and kayaks took part in the third running of the annual two-day Spurdog Tagathon event in the Argyll area of Scotland. The event is organised by the Scottish Sea Anglers Conservation Network (SSACN) as part of their Scottish Shark Tagging Programme (SSTP). For more details on [...]
It IS possible if we work together — like the 47 strong community of Abbey St Bathans in the Borders A Borders village has become the first place in Scotland where every resident has voted for super-fast broadband.
Keep an eye out for the barge MV Kanutta — she will become a familiar sight in Loch Etive. She has just been commissioned by Great Glen Shipping to move 13,000Â tonnes of logs out of the Glen Etive forests to Inverness, via the Caledonian Canal