Arran resilience came to the fore last weekend to save the films on show at the Screen Machine in Brodick.
COAST were proud recipients of a Highly Commended award, for championing the efforts of the local community to protect vital seabed habitats and creatures in collaboration with researchers, fishermen and businesses on Arran and the wider Clyde.
DID you know that hundreds of people turn to the Argyll and Bute Citizens Advice Bureau (ABCAB) for support each month? Demand for this vital service has never been greater, so the bureau is looking for anyone who is interested in serving his or her community to join as a volunteer Generalist Adviser.
The campaign is aimed at families, couples and individuals in communities which are struggling through the cost-of-living crisis which can be exacerbated by the social and financial demands of Christmas and New Year.
Colin is the author of Witness to War and he punctuated his talk with a wide ranging collection of memories and photos of the war from an Arran perspective.
Following a long campaign calling for far-reaching changes to Freedom of Information (FOI) laws, Scottish Labour MSP Katy Clark is set to lodge her members bill which has been described as the most significant reform of FOI legislation in the history of devolution.
Staff and management of NHS Ayrshire and Arran have pledged to help raise awareness of gender-based violence as part of the 16 Days of Action campaign.
The meeting will take place this Sunday December 3, from 2-4pm at Ormidale Pavillion in Brodick. All are welcome and tea and coffee will be available.
Christmas came early to Lamlash last weekend with a splendid craft market held at Arran High School.
The National Trust for Scotland is urging visitors to experience the special places in its care this winter in Ayrshire and Arran, with a variety of activities and family events on offer to help create treasured memories with loved ones this festive period and into the new year.