Murphy the boss

Posted by on May 5, 2012 in About us | 4 comments

Murphy the boss

Meet the boss of the company

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The Best Time of the Year for Walking

Posted by on Apr 19, 2012 in Things to do in the area | 5 comments

The Best Time of the Year for Walking

This is a wonderful time of year to be out walking in the Ardnamurchan countryside as there are so many plants, animals and insects appearing again after our long, wet winter. The first woozy bees, both honey bees and big, yellow bumblebees have been seen buzzing around the area and the first wildflowers have started to appear tucked under hedges and away from the breeze. From now, right the way through the summer, the area showcases an abundance of colour with wild flowers resplendently in bloom. Violets,...

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Western Ardnamurchan go to Holyrood

Posted by on Feb 26, 2012 in Local News | 2 comments

Western Ardnamurchan go to Holyrood

Quote from Gael Cameron “The team of amazing West Ardnamurchan representatives who went to Holyrood today to speak to Nicola Sturgeon have had a Fantastic result. Public appologies from the NHS/SAS and we will have emergency cover in place asap and 3 fully trained professionals will be put inplace as the Job/s will be advertised nationwide..Look what can be achieved when a community sticks together. Nicola Sturgeon has even said she will come to Ardnamurchan when the new model is in place. RESULT! WELL DONE...

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Write up from the Press & Journal

Posted by on Feb 4, 2012 in Local News | 10 comments

Write up from the Press & Journal

As the crow flies, it is easy to reach Ardnamurchan: face west and drive as far as you can across Scotland and stop before you reach the sea. Next stop is Canada, if you miss the turnoff. In reality, it is a long and winding road to the isles, taking in some of Scotland’s most beautiful sights on the way, including the towering grandeur of the Ben Nevis range, the Glenfinnan landing place of Bonnie Prince Charlie and the railway viaduct immortalised in the Harry Potter films. But when you reach your destination,...

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Train through Glencoe the best way to travel

Posted by on Feb 2, 2012 in Things to do in the area | Comments Off on Train through Glencoe the best way to travel

Train through Glencoe the best way to travel

I went to the Scottish Trade Fair at the SECC on last Monday & Tuesday got some great contacts for greeting cards & pottery for the Gallery. Traveled by train, I highly recommend it, beautiful scenery, snow & blue skies. It is great to know that the Euston to Fort William sleeper is no longer threatened by cut backs.

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