Work complete on White Shore path

‘Thanks to everyone who helped with the repairs. Particular thanks go to the family ‘bubble’ who, during the second lockdown, dragged sandbags to stabilise the path at the burn. Their work was immense and inspired the trust to take action’

Engineers plan Inveraray sea wall repair

‘The temporary traffic lights currently operational on the A83 in Inveraray were put in place as a safety precaution earlier this year after teams discovered some undermining behind the sea wall’

A positive legacy as youth team folds

‘It’s been a great privilege to be involved with the team, particularly over the four years pre-Covid. The boys, and girls in the first year of 11-aside, have shown great attitude and commitment and have been great representatives for Mid Argyll’

Tarbert Gun Club aiming for a bright future

‘The club is now seeking new grounds and hopefully we will get somewhere soon. I would like to say to everyone who has shot and helped at Tarbert Gun Club over the years that we could not have done it without you all and so the club thanks every one of you.’ 

For one night only – Ardrishaig becomes Paris

This was the first concert in the MAAA Season back in the refurbished hall and it was great to be back. The audience enjoyed the atmosphere of the Parisian café if the smiles, gently-tapping feet and enthusiastic applause were anything to go by

Car­dio room to get hearts rac­ing

The cardio room is equipped with state-of-the-art car­dio­vas­cu­lar ma­chines in­clud­ing tread­mills, cross-train­ers, bikes and a row­ing ma­chine

Music has to wait

Ongoing Covid uncertainty means that the club will not reconvene until early in 2022