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Community Open Day at Ardchattan Primary School October 1st

What does the community want to do about the school at Bonawe ? It has now been several years since the last pupil attended and it was put into mothballs. Sadly despite all efforts there is no demand to re-open it. Ardchattan Community Council have organised an Open day for all to come and look […]

September 16, 2017   Posted in: argyll and bute council, Bonawe  No Comments

Tralee Link Path begins

It is a delight to see the work starting to create the Tralee Road Link path down to the Sustrans Safe Route to School. This will mean our local youngsters no longer have to use the narrow bridge over the railway but can safely drop down from the pavement along the Tralee road, on to […]

September 13, 2017   Posted in: argyll and bute council, Benderloch, Community Council, transport  No Comments

Outdoor Emergency First Aid Course

Trainer from British Association of Ski Patrols 2 day course : Sat 28th / Sun 29th October 2017 (9 – 5) North Connel hall £90 per person Contact Argyll and Bute Council Adult Learning Kirsty.McLuckie@argyll-bute.gov.uk Patricia.Slater@argyll-bute.gov.uk 01631 572974

September 10, 2017   Posted in: argyll and bute council, North Connel  No Comments

BEAR change the plans for the road works on A828 in September

U-turn on planned A828 road closures after public outcry ‘The original plans required up to 10 daytime closures of sections of the road. After reviewing all feedback from more than 100 responses, a new reduced programme of improvements has been prepared which will see four of the original 14 projects carried out, with a further six […]

August 29, 2017   Posted in: argyll and bute council, Roads  No Comments

Creran Quarry Planning committee meeting Wed

Argyll and Bute Planning committee will meet next Wednesday to hear the Glen Creran Quarry planning application. In view of the massive community response to object to this development it is expected this will be referred to public hearing in September

August 17, 2017   Posted in: argyll and bute council  No Comments

BT Upgrading work at Barcaldine Castle : road closed

BT upgrading work will be closing the road at Barcaldine Castle during the day of 14 – 18 June

June 9, 2017   Posted in: argyll and bute council, Roads  No Comments

Council Hustings event Benderloch this evening -updated with recordings

A full house of councillor candidates faced a lively gathering of local people this evening and wide ranging questions from the community and each other. Recordings were made and this post will be updated with links to them as soon as they are uploaded and available. Many thanks to Louise Glen of the Oban Times […]

April 27, 2017  Tags: , , , , ,   Posted in: argyll and bute council, Community Council  No Comments

Local Council Election Hustings – Thursday 27th Benderloch

Local Election Hustings in Benderloch Thursday 27th April starting 7.30 pm (Victory Hall) .. come and ask the councillor candidates your question directly. All Welcome

April 21, 2017   Posted in: argyll and bute council  No Comments

The People’s Council Hustings Event April 25th Oban

Local Election Hustings Event April 25 Tues 19:00 · The Corran Halls · Oban In collaboration with the national #OurDemocracy campaign, The People’s Council are holding hustings for the upcoming local authority elections. Candidates from both Oban North & Lorn and Oban South & the Isles wards will be in attendance with writer and broadcaster […]

April 7, 2017   Posted in: argyll and bute council  No Comments

Council nominations for May 2017 elections

Council nominations for May elections 2017 Ward. 4 Oban South and the Isles AINSCOUGH Jake Scottish Labour Party 3C Glenshellach Terrace, Oban DEVON Mary-Jean Independent 5 Struan Crescent, Tobermory, Isle of Mull LYNCH Jim Scottish National Party (SNP) 8 Balvicar Road, Oban MACDOUGALL Alistair Independent Aridhglas House, Creich, Fionnphort, Isle of Mull MACINTYRE Sean Scottish […]

March 30, 2017   Posted in: argyll and bute council  No Comments