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£3m boost to town from Mòd

OBAN was £3 million to the good as a result of last year’s Mòd.

An economic impact study shows that the Royal National Mòd held in Oban last year generated £2.8 million in the area.

Argyll and Bute Council welcomed the findings at a meeting of its community services committee last week. Members heard how the nine-day festival attracted 8,939 visitors to the area, 71 per cent of whom said they would definitely return to Oban for a holiday or short break. A further 15 per cent said they would possibly visit again.

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