Archive for the ‘Hobbies’ Category
Art classes in Benderloch Tuesdays from September 25th
List of trophy winners and some photos from the 2012 show
ARDCHATTAN GARDENERS CLUB Garden group of the North Connel and District Horticultural Society After an unforeseen quiet year in 2010, Lynda Mitchell has kindly agreed to take on the role ofÂ Garden Club Coordinator and help us all get together in a mixture of evening events, weekend and daytime activities, talks, workshops Â and walks to learn [...]
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 [...]
Some people just LOVE the place we live in, and really know how to have fun here !! Loch Etive River Race 25th September 2010 click on picture to go to their website.
Lochaber and District Canine Society, who have been training dog owners and their canine friends since 1976 !, are bringing their agility expertise down into the Lorn area this summer.
Join us for Feis Cothlam : – a gaelic WOOLFEST LORN local food and crafts market is celebrating all things woolly ! and invites you to join us displays, demonstrations, courses, performances ….. all things that are sheep and wool craft related. come and join in !
The superb effort by all in the North Connel and District Horticultural Show committee reaped its dividends with a very satisfactory total of Â£688.50 taken on the day, to add to the Â£137 they have taken from the sale of Anniversary mugs since theÂ Show last year. This will help support the ever popular Horticultural [...]
It was a great afternoon, yesterday, at the Plant Sale with just about all the plants being eagerly scooped up within the first half an hour, leaving plenty of time for all to leisurely enjoy Fiona’s renowned home baking and teas. Once again, superb, and so efficiently assisted by many helpers.
There is a growing interest in the Ardchattan community, which is reflected in the wider media, in being more self-sufficient from our gardens and the local area. Our locality is not the easiest place to grow in, whether it be fruit, vegetables, herbs, flowers, or produce other kinds of food like eggs and honey. However [...]