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Argyll and Bute Council to continue to support all its inter island ferries. Please read more.
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Sectoral Marine Planning Unit regarding upcoming consultation events during February and March that the Unit have organised to tie into their current consultation.
Are you interested in helping to create a community garden at Bealach na Mara?
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Visit Appin, Port Appin and Glen Creran in north Argyll on Scotland's west coast. Stunning scenery and seascapes full of natural beauty and wildlife. Explore Loch Linnhe's coastline by foot or on bicycle, hop on the ferry to the isle of Lismore, climb a hill with the reward of stunning views or simply relax and enjoy delicious local seafood in one of Appin's restaurants, cafes or bars. Whatever you do, a friendly welcome awaits you.
Appin is vibrant, caring and welcoming. Being 20 miles distant from the nearest town, Oban, its people value cohesion and are truly resilient and self-supporting in many aspects of remote rural life.
The key community organisations, such as the Church, Community Council, the community’s two charitable trusts and many other groups all work closely together, alongside local businesses, for community good.
Appin hosts a healthy number of local businesses - long established and new. With the Appin.scot local business directory it's easy to get in touch.
Appin Community Development Trust is a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation (SCIO), uniquely able to provide services and manage assets and infrastructure on behalf of the people who live and work in Appin.
The Trust is passionate about building community cohesion and resilience and meeting the challenges of being remote and rural. It is owned by its membership – you can join if you are a resident.