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Information on the village of Bunessan in Scotland.
Fionnphort is the most westerly village on the Ross of Mull. It acts as the centre for the area, but is best known as the setting off point for the ferry to Iona. Ferries to Iona run throughout the year, carrying large numbers of tourists to and from the much loved island. The port also acts as an unloading point for local fishing boats and as the sailing point for cruises to Staffa and the other islands.
Creich Hall, on the eastern outskirts of the village, is an excellent community facility. Formerly a school, the building was totally refurbished and improved, re-opening in 1996. It now has three meeting rooms and has accommodation for groups of up to 15. It is ideal for evening classes and residential courses, having excellent facilities for the disabled.
Creich Church is situated on the roadside close to Fionnphort. It is still in use, Sunday Services being held there, fortnightly, at 3.30pm. Visitors are always made very welcome.
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