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Church leaders gathered in Oban Church Centre on Thursday morning, June 15, for a Civic Prayer Breakfast for the local community.

The main speakers were Mark Kitson, of the Cinnamon Network, who spoke about the contribution of faith groups to the community across Scotland, and Caroline Fothergill, headteacher of Rockfield Primary School, who spoke on current challenges and needs in education. Neil Matheson was interviewed about the aims and needs of the local business community.

Guests included local councillors and representatives of the business community and the third sector.

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