History Archive

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News Archive

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Images of Old Ardentinny

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Ardentinny postcards from yesterday and today. Can you help us with dating some of these postcards? If so, please get in touch.

Larry Gladney, Ardentinny 1940.

We understand that Larry Gladney of Clarenville, Canada was part of the “Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit” who served at Ardentinny between 1939 and 1945. We would welcome more information on this group. Sadly, Larry passed away recently. With thanks to Cliff Pike for his permission to re-publish these photographs.

Related links:
Gladney page.

Unofficial Clarenvile Website

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Postcards from Ardentinny – Yesterday & Today

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Community Council Draft Minutes 02/02/10

2 February, 2010:  community council minutes 020210

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2009 bowling

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Video Archive

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Photo Archive

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Grab Trust

Grab Trust Community Newsletter: Master Composting Volunteers needed (pdf 677kb)

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Notice of uncontested election.

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Have you got the face for radio?

Dunoon Community Radio 97.4fm (DCR) will shortly be launching a weekly programme “Cowal Village”, featuring interviews with local people. Ardentinny is bursting with busy, talented folks, so let’s tell the world via the airwaves what we are about! If you would like to take part, email Dunoon Community Radio, visit www.dunooncommunityradio.org or text the presenters on 0775 123 6995. The good news is that DCR will shortly be streaming transmissions via the web to the world (and Ardentinny!), so what are you waiting for?

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