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Argyllshire Advertiser, 2 August 2019

Endangered marine life under the radar at Tayvallich Village Hall, 28 July 2019

Talk by Tierney Thys on Ocean Sunfish

Mission Blue website, 4 June 2019

First ever Hope Spot in mainland UK declared along Scotland's Argyll Coast

Scotsman, 27 May 2019

Scotland's west coast named UK's first Hope Spot for rich marine life

The Herald, 27 May 2019

Argyll coast ranked alongside the South Pacific for rich marine life

Argyllshire Advertiser, 17 May 2019

Hope springs eternal - just off the coast

Argyll marine conservation groups have joined forces to have a chunk of our coastal waters declared a "Hope Spot" - in a first for the British Isles.

Argyllshire Advertiser, 17 February 2017

Wild swimmers protest against fish farm plans

The Scotsman, 13th March 2017

Kayakers protest against proposed fish farm

Oban Times, 23rd March 2017

Kayakers protest against proposed fish farm

Argyllshire Advertiser, 24th March 2017

Kayakers protest against proposed Jura fish farm

Oban Times, 11th May 2017

Yachting Life May/June 2017

The Argyllshire Advertiser 4 August 2017

A mention for Friends of the Sound of Jura in their report on the Tayvallich Weekend… dog show, paella, dancing … and info about Friends of the Sound of Jura! What more could you want!

Argyllshire Advertiser 21 July 2017

Coverage of first public meeting of Friends of the Sound of Jura

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The Sound of Jura is home to some of the most fascinating and diverse marine life in Scotland.  We seek to protect the Sound, the River Add and their local users from threats to the area’s wildlife and local sustainable economy.

Registered Charity No: SC049740