For the second time in a year, thieves have made off with plants from the planter at the village notice board. It really is a sad reflection on our society that whilst many in the community are willing to give their time (and money) in improving the village, other individuals wish to destroy this good work.
This little piggy went to Ardentinny and was only too happy to pose for our photographer during the Open Garden weekend.
The Shore Villages of Kilmun, Strone, Blairmore and Ardentinny this weekend participated in Scotland's Gardens Scheme. Ardentinny opened two of its most beautiful private gardens to the public. Eileen Connell and Freda & Barry Waldapfel's gardens received a stream of visitors throughout the 2-day event, with all proceeds going to the Gardens Scheme charities. Well done to all three! Related blogs: live …
Minnie oversees her owner's Ardentinny garden today during the Shore Villages Open Gardens event which was part of the Scotland's Garden Scheme. You still have time to visit these beautiful gardens between 1pm and 5pm on Sunday 27 June. Details in our What's On column. Photo report to follow on Sunday.
Exemplary victory for the Ardentinny vuvuzelas as National Park Board backs down. www.forargyll.com. Ardentinny Housing Rethink. Dunoon Observer & Argyllshire Standard.
Waverley races down Loch Long after her first evening cruise of the season.
Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park Board unanimously accepted the Park Authority's recommendation to remove its Ardentinny housing proposal from the Local Plan. The Plan in its entirety will now go to the Reporter and, depending on the Reporter's decision, it will be adopted or amended accordingly. This remarkable decision was taken at the …
Summer Solstice marks the point of the year when the earth is tilted at its closest point to the sun. A feast time also for the local midges, as our intrepid photographer will testify to!