Grammar’s meet the head open evening
News
Grammar’s meet the head open evening

David Fyfe, 53, gave an exclusive interview to the Courier about his determination to: ”build on Campbeltown Grammar’s firm foundations which have real strength’ while injecting ‘enthusiasm, energy and fresh ideas.’

Creamery talks denials
Farming
Creamery talks denials

A First Milk spokesperson said: ‘We have a number of parties we are in discussion with, and remain committed to finding a buyer who will invest…’

Damaged grave
Campbeltown
Damaged grave

Mrs Rich is angry at the ‘lack of concern’ from Argyll and Bute Council which said cemetery staff had not received a report of damage.

Football
Scotstoun deny U16 Pupils draw

In an action worthy of a red card, the keeper lashed out at Lang and the ref’s showing of just a yellow was met with disapproval from the home team and supporters.

Fundraisers
Christian Aid Week launched

The money raised will help to build more strong homes in Haiti for safety from future hurricanes. More information is available at www.christianaid.org.uk.

Fundraisers
Filter coffee find

Filter coffee is available on request, at Salvation Army coffee mornings and unlike the regular milky coffee is served in a mug.

Leisure
Down memory lane, May 18 2018

The first paragrph on the opening page reads: ‘A meeting called by Mrs Niven was held in the hall, Southend on Friday 25th May 1928 to consider the advisability of starting a Rural Institute in Southend.’

Leisure
MOK Fest tickets selling fast

Following Carni-West, on Saturday afternoon, go ‘Up the Close’ to the new open air location as it moves to the grounds in Springbank Distillery’s Well Close.

Letters
Letter: Golf club concerns

At the end of March 2018 I received an email from the Machrihanish’s captain, along with a letter sent to the club on December 21 last year with the signatories names redacted.

Letters
Letter: Islay councillor’s achievements

In extolling Councillor Redman’s virtues and how much he does for the area in general and Islay in particular, the leaflet spells Islay’s main product as ‘whiskey.’ That says it all.

Letters
Letter: Outrageous immigration policies

In Argyll and Bute, I have received a considerable number of queries from constituents, who – out of the blue – are finding themselves classed as ‘unlawful’ citizens, despite being raised here and living their whole lives in the UK.

Columnists
Thought for the week

Then, nestled in the midst of all the buildings, was a truly lovely garden with inviting benches and blossom trees.