At last week's Ardentinny Community Council meeting, Cllr. Bruce Marshall reported the following: Stones on verges As there is a requirement for no obstruction to be placed nearer than 1.5 metres from the road, large stones on verges are not acceptable. The Council will be taking steps for these stones to be removed from verges …
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Plans for a 25 mile cycle route from Kilmun Arboretum to Whistlefield, Ardentinny and back to Kilmun using existing forestry tracks were outlined by Councillor Bruce Marshall at the recent Ardentinny Community Council meeting. Preparations are also underway to promote and organise a cycle event using the new route in 2015. Also under consideration is …
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As of 21.45 today. Out of 165 eligible voters, 74 had voted (45%) with an additional possible 56 postal votes.
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As Argyll & Bute Council job vacancies are now available online, we've added links to the current vacancies in the right sidebar. We also have newsfeeds from ForArgyll, Dunoon Observer, National Park Authority and Argyll & Bute Council.
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Ardentinny residents are reminded that the Mid Argyll Mobile Library visits the village every 4 weeks and provides a very useful community service for all. As the service is linked to the main library database, you can join at the mobile library if you are not already a member. You can also take out or return …
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