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New-look Smiddy forges ahead with fresh ideas

IT HAS been one of the most popular venues in Lochgilphead for many years for that sociable cuppa-and-acake or a tasty lunch.

The popular Smiddy Bistro now has new owners – and they have given the place a makeover.

The bright and more airy appearance inside is nonetheless welcoming, and the proprie-tors are excited. After nine years leasing the community-owned shop, post office and café in Tayvallich, Rosie McAllister and partner John Anderson have fulfilled one of 52-year-old Rosie’s long-held dreams and bought the Smiddy.

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