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15 September 2016 | Knit & Natter, Dalmally Community Centre 1.30 -3.30pm
16 September 2016 | Glenorchy Curling Club AGM, the Meeting Room Dalmally Commun…
20 September 2016 | Oban Vet at Dalmally Community Centre, 01631 562876 for appo…

INVISIBLE ARMY
Sat 29 Oct 7pm >> 

NEW BOOK
It’s a Far Cry to LOCH AWE by Charlie Mitchell
a
vailable from the Dalmally Historical Association stand at Dalmally Show Sat 3 Sept
 Book
A journey around Loch Awe to hear stories of the people and history of the places, through the early days of tourism and the passenger steamers, the coming of the railway, the cargo boats which were the lifeblood of the community, farming and changes in land use including the establishment of the Forestry Commission.

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Welcome to the Loch Awe Community Website

We are a community-led site, aiming to provide information for the residents living around Loch Awe and its visitors.

Our community stretches from Bridge of Orchy in the north, through Dalmally, Lochawe, Cladich, Ardbrecknish, Portsonachan and on to Eredine in the south and includes the longest freshwater loch in Scotland - Loch Awe.

We are a not-for-profit organisation and subscriptions from accommodation providers and businesses fund space to promote community activities and services.

The district offers a fabulous wilderness for anyone interested in outdoor pursuits. 
So much is on offer - hill walking, climbing, cycling, fishing, as well as lochs and rivers. 

There are good transport links with the rest of Scotland by road and rail and there are ferries from nearby Oban, which can take you to the Western Isles.

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