Dunol­lie Cas­tle’s Win­ter Fes­ti­val fun

The Oban Times - - News -

DUNOL­LIE Cas­tle and Mu­seum joined forces with the Oban Win­ter Fes­ti­val for ‘Dunol­lie Makes Christ­mas’, with crafts, carols, food and drink, plus masses of ac­tiv­i­ties for chil­dren to

enjoy.

Dunol­lie proved to be a pop­u­lar venue dur­ing the Win­ter Fes­ti­val.

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Alex and An­drew MacPher­son joined Fiona MacRae and Jane Is­sac­son to make

crafts in the wil­low gar­den.

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Above: Santa was kid­napped by wicked fairy Rowan and all the chil­dren had to help res­cue him. Colin Langford and Mary

Freer joined in the fun.

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Nine-year- old Lara Simp­son from Oban met Sally and Tilly the Shet­lands from Kil­va­ree Sta­bles, Con­nel, and Deb­bie Craig.

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The Three Wee Crows the­atre com­pany – Kath­leen Camp­bell, Vivi­enne DeCaris and Jane Dun­bar – per­formed at Dunol­lie and through­out the town over the week­end.

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The Ket­tle Café at Dunol­lie did a roar­ing trade in hot drinks. The café has just been awarded a ma­jor ar­chi­tec­ture prize.

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Ru­fus and Felix Hughes of Oban.

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