IN THE second photograph to feature in the Argyllshire Advertiser’s new column entitled ‘West Coast Memories’, a coastal town takes centre stage.
But where is it?
Don’t miss the latest instalment of West Coast Memories in the June 3, 2016 edition of the Argyllshire Advertiser.
Miss Behavin : A Lennox, G Simpson, HSC, Sigma 33. Photo: Marc Turner/CCC
THE 42nd Silvers Marine Scottish Series got underway, with Tarbert as its base, on Friday May 27, with over 110 boats taking to Loch Fyne to battle it out over four days of fierce competition. At the end of day one, it was Jamie McGarry and Colin Moore in Eala of Rhu who topped the IRC Class 1 table.
IRC Class 1 is one of the most competitive classes in the regatta and the class didn’t disappoint with some very tight racing across the day. But it was a great start for Silvers Marine Scottish
THE Scottish Series, Scotland’s premier sailing event, arrives in Tarbert over the weekend of May 27 – 30, and there will be a variety of races on Loch Fyne to suit different yachts and sailing enthusiasts.
And there is plenty of entertainment in the village for racers and spectators alike.
A great weekend is in prospect.
Full story in the May 27, 2016 edition of the Argyllshire Advertiser.
Food, crafts, music and mud proved the perfect ingredients for the 25th Loch Fyne food fair.
Despite heavy rain on the Saturday and Sunday turning the car park field into a quagmire, crowds packed the event to sample foods ranging from simple staples to exotic specialities.
For more photos from the event see the Argyllshire Advertiser, May 22 2015, also available online.
How to remove a helmet from an injured motorcyclist was just one thing people learned at unique event at Loch Fyne on Sunday, April 12.
Bike Fyne was the first event of its kind in Argyll and Bute with the express aim of cutting accidents and deaths on the A83 trunk road.
Read more about the safety day and see more photos in the Argyllshire Advertiser, April 17 2015. Also available online.
Lochgilphead man Bryan Passey is on a quest to find the parts of a miniature railway line which was once popular with children in Ardrishaig.
Originally run by a team of volunteers on the shores of Loch Fyne in the 1980s and 1990s, it was gifted to Campbeltown around 10 years ago.
To find out more see the Aryllshire Advertiser, February 20 2015, also available as a digital edition.
One of the most radical suggestions at the population summit was a proposal to build a new road between Lochgilphead and Dunoon.
Alex Paterson, chief executive of Highlands and Islands Enterprise, said he was determined to support the county’s businesses and at last week’s economic summit, put forward a number of proposals to achieve these aims.
He told delegates that east to west travel is currently difficult in Argyll and Bute and was hampering the economy.
Mr Paterson suggested
The countdown is on for the first ever Loch Fyne Viking Festival with the imminent completion of Mid Argyll’s first Viking longship.
Read more about the festival and the events planned in the Argyllshire Advertiser, April 25, 2014 – also available on line at www.argyllshireadvertiser.co.uk/digital
Fyne Ales managing director Jamie Delap
The only brewery in Mid Argyllhas secured £2 million worth of investment as it seeks to build a new factory and boost production.
Fyne Ales, in Cairndow, is currently converting a sheep shed into a state of the art brewery as it embarks on an expansion plan designed to increase productivity and profits.
Read all the details on the Argyllshire Advertiser, February 21 2014 or on line at www.argyllshireadvertiser.co.uk/digital
Two cultures were celebrated in Tarbert as a fundraiser for the first ever Loch Fyne Viking Festival got underway.
The Nordic-themed event saw Tarbert folk celebrate their Viking past as they partied ‘Scandinavian style’ in the village’s Anchor Hotel.
For more photos see the Argyllshire Advertiser, February 14 2014, on line at www.argyllshireadvertiser.co.uk/digital