Harvest Fair welcomes the visitors

What has now become an annual event, last weekend's Glenfinart Walled Garden’s Harvest Fair celebrated another year of garden produce and progress. The garden’s resident horticulturalist/gardener Franziska Schmidt and her amazing groups of volunteers excelled themselves in what has been a difficult year, weather-wise, for all local gardens. Delicious apple juice was pressed from the …

Popup ‘SolidarityStudio’ promotes #RefugeesWelcome

As part of Amnesty International's Refugees Welcome campaign, ardentinny.org created a popup '#SolidarityStudio' at Saturday's Glenfinart Walled Garden Harvest Fair. In support of the #RefugeesWelcome message, a steady stream of visitors were photographed with a background of refugee images kindly provided by photographers @BartVanEijden and @Xandra_Photo. Each was presented with a complimentary souvenir print. The images were …

Community Council notice board ban on 38 Degrees refugee poster

The following has been posted on Ardentinny’s Community Notice Board: “The notices about refugees produced by a political activist group “38 degrees" have been removed by members of the Ardentinny Community Council. This noticeboard belongs to and is administered by the community council, which, by the definition of Argyll and Bute Council, has to remain …

Ardentinny Community Council visits RNAD Coulport

It was reported at the December Ardentinny Community Council meeting that 4 members of the Community Council committee (CCc) visited RNAD Coulport at the invitation of the Ministry of Defence. The Convenor reported that the meeting came about in recognition of the understanding between Coulport and Ardentinny over the past years and to discuss items …