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Shortcut from Dunollie to seafront is no more

WALKERS in the habit of taking a shortcut down the side of a children’s nursery to get to Oban’s Esplanade are being told it is now a no-go zone.

People in the town have long used the path leading from the back of Corran Halls and Dunollie, through a gateway down into the grounds of the former Christchurch building, as a quick way of getting to the seafront but now it has to stop, says Jim Frew, who bought the old church three years ago and converted it into a nursery - investing around £400,000 in the project.

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