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Digital Subscriptions > Argyllshire Advertiser > 23 February 2018 > It started with a shed - now it’s going just Fyne

It started with a shed - now it’s going just Fyne

FORTY years ago Cairndow landowner Johnny Noble and marine biologist Andy Lane registered their business of farming oysters in the clear waters of Loch Fyne in Argyll - selling them from a shed beside the A83.

In May this year the company will mark its 40th anniversary with a special ‘Fyne at Forty’ weekend festival, when thousands of vis- itors are expected. To celebrate this global success story, Scottish band Hue and Cry - famous for hit singles such as Labour of Love and Looking for Linda - will headline an exciting line-up at the Fyne at Forty weekend event.

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