Archive for the ‘Business’ Category
Can personally testify that the chefs of the award winning Tralee Fish and Chips have not lost their touch while hibernating through the winter. They are open Tuesday to Saturday for wonderful freshly cooked food at a great price.
You can keep an eye on Eriska’s news on Facebook and it seems that praise for all the hard work everyone there does is coming in thick and fast already this year : -
LORN Market Christmas Fayre is This Thursday 16th December Victory Hall, Benderloch 10 am to 3 pm and 5.30 pm to 8 pm over 25 stalls of the very best of the West Coast food & crafts Fresh meat and fish, chocolates, preserves, baking, and a myriad of creative arts to solve everyone’s Christmas presents. [...]
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 [...]
The hard working team that consistantly provide such great food and service to visitors at the Isle of Eriska Hotel are being rewarded once again by a shortlisting for the Taste of Scotland category of the Scottish Thistle Awards http://www.scottishthistleawards.co.uk/awards-categories/academy-of-winners/finalists2010/ The winners will be announced on Friday 29th October 2010 at the Edinburgh Conference Centre. [...]
Local Food and Crafts Market, Kintaline Farm, Benderloch Come and join us for locally produced food, arts and crafts, have your breakfast, lunch or tea with us this weeks specials include : – home made pork pies, braised quail, mull cheese, celtic art, sculptures, spuds and veggies — alongside all the regular favourites – bring [...]
Congratulations to Campbell Cameron, of Benderloch, on his appointment to the new Oban Business Improvement District Scheme (BIDS) post as Oban’s Town Centre Manager.
The next meeting of the consultation on the features of, and factors affecting, Loch Etive takes place tomorrow – Tuesday 20th April at 7 pm Connel Village hall. The agenda for this meeting is focussing on Water Quality and Invasive Non-Native Species. http://www.argyll-bute.gov.uk/content/planning/developmentprojects/marineandcoastaldevunit/ICZM2/LochEtiveICZM/
Google Earth and Google Maps now have more detailed satellite views of the parish as well as Street view pictures.
A report in the Scottish Herald on Saturday throws doubt as to who owns what around our shorelines. “For decades, the Crown Estate Commissioners (CEC) have claimed ownership to Scotlandâ€™s seabed, yet in evidence to the Commons Treasury Committee they admit they do not actually own anything. They only manage the Crown property rights in [...]