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24 January 2019 | Knit & Natter, Dalmally Community Centre 1.30 -3.30pm
24 January 2019 | Pilates with Maggie | Beginners welcome | Dalmally Community…
25 January 2019 | “Burns Kilts & Awe That" Quiz | Refreshments, BYOB | Portson…

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 BURNS SUPPER >>>

Saturday 26th Jan 7:30pm
Trad 3 course Burns Supper
£15 per person 
Ben Cruachan Inn, Lochawe




Want to add an event?
Email: steve@stevebeesley.co.uk 
With Date, Event, Venue & Time 


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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.


News . . . . . . . .

 HOPE FOOD BANK, Oban delighted to receive food collected by GLENVIEW STORE, Dalmally where residents have generously donated throughout December.
If you want to make further donations Colin at Glenview will be happy to make sure it gets through to Hope.

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DALMALLY PHOTO MYSTERY SOLVED : Oban Times >>>

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 Latest : Lochside News Nov 2018 >>>

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Power company will explore putting cables underground
PRESS & JOURNAL Thurs 3rd May

'our continued commitment to seriously consider undergrounding' - Is at least a change in tone to the last visit by SSE when some villagers were told to compare their situation to that of a person living next to Manchester Airport.

 Michael Russell MSP LETTER OF OBJECTION to SSE Pylon Proposal >>>l

SSEN's Monstrous Proposal for More Pylons Dissecting Dalmally >>> 


  

 

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