02-01-10 The Carradale Goats A Winner
Best Community Website Award.

Great news with the Carradale Goat winning the best community website in the ForArgyll.com. awards.
Coming out tops against the Kintyre Forum and Arrochar and Tarbet websites is a great acheivement and all down to all of you out there for your support and votes.
Check out the full results HERE.

Once again thanks and I hope to keep up the standard and with intentions to better the site this year.So with your help drop us in your stories, pics or anything related to Carradale and around for posting.

The Winners: For Argyll Awards 2009
» Best Achievement for Argyll: Eilidh Steel with fellow musician Joy Dunlop a close second.
» Best Tourism Initiative: Jura Passenger Ferry, with Fiddle Folk / Lochgoilhead Fiddle Workshop a close second.
» Best Environmental Initiative: Islay Energy Trust - way out in front from a early stage, with Seil Community Garden Project in second.
» Best Community Initiative: Lochgoilhead Fiddle Workshop, with the Finlaggan Centre development on Islay a close second.
» Best Homecoming Event, Joint winners: St Columba Ceilidh Trail and the Islay Festival & Homecoming Paradein a thrilling last hours dead heat and with Inveraray’s Spirit of the West Festival in second.
» Best Major Event: Royal National Mod Oban 2009, a standout winner with the Mull of Kintyre Half Marathon and 10k Run in second.
» Best Community Event: Mull of Kintyre Half Marathon and 10k Run, with the Meur Chruachain pre-Mod Ceilidh a close second.
» Best Arts Programme: Fiddle Folk / Lochgoilhead Fiddle Workshop a runaway winner with the Meur Chruachain Summer & Winter Ceilidhs in second.
» Best Activity Website: Islay Wilderness Guide, ahead of Islay Shipping Blog in close pursuit.
» Best Wildlife Website: Mull Eagle Watch, a long way ahead, with Islay Birds a good second.
» Best Community Website: The Carradale Goat, with a very close dead heat for second between Arrochar and Tarbet and the Kintyre Forum.
» Best Local Newspaper: Oban Times, a flyaway winner with the Ileach a good second.

Re:For Argyll Awards For Best Community Website.
Huge congratulations.
The Carradale Goat website always looked as if it was there for the long game and it's a well earned expression of the esteem in which the site is held.We were delighted as well. We watched progress in this category almost hourly and we very much respect the site. You do a fantastic job.
We'll be in touch soon over the details of the award.
Bets wishes and Happy New Year.
Lynda Henderson
For Argyll

Re:02-01-10 The Carradale Goats A Winner
Congratulations Johnny, splendid web site, worthy winner. Bob Jeffrey

Re:02-01-10 The Carradale Goats A Winner
Great news Johnny!
Keep up the good work and once again thanks for all your efforts in keeping the “Goat” up at date with local news and events.Colin Burgess.

Re:02-01-10 The Carradale Goats A Winner
Congratulations and well done Johnny! The goat is my way of keeping in touch with events in Carradale. Regards Susi Lunn.

Re:02-01-10 The Carradale Goats A Winner
Congratulations for a well-deserved recognition, Johnny. Your fine website keeps me in touch with the goings-on in my home of many years ago.James and Karen McMillan.

Re:02-01-10 The Carradale Goats A Winner
Great news, JD! You’re doing a great job.Happy New Year.Cheers Gary Sutherland.

Re:02-01-10 The Carradale Goats A Winner
Hi Johnny
Congratulations on the win you definately deserve it, I was only saying the other day how much effort you put into it with the pictures of the snow and whats going on. It keeps us in touch while we are away. So keep it up please.Regards Sue and Jim (Waterfoot).

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