Team at dialysis unit are outstanding
News
Team at dialysis unit are outstanding

Staff at the Campbeltown Dialysis Unit were named the outstanding team at this year’s Argyll and Bute Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP) staff excellence awards last Friday.

Campbeltown Courier
News
Campbeltown memorial lights up red

Armed Forces charity Poppyscotland is looking to ‘light up red’ the whole of Scotland in a thoroughly modern display of both Remembrance and awareness of the 2019 Scottish Poppy Appeal.

Darts winners donate prizes
Sport
Darts winners donate prizes

Winner Martin Coffield, and runner up Fran Whaley, added their prize money to the proceeds which will be donated to Campbeltown Hospital’s Sunshine Room.

Football
Five-star show from Pupils on the road

Campbeltown Pupils stormed to a five-goal victory last Saturday away to SAFL stalwarts Carlton. And a high-energy showing in Paisley saw the McFadyens-sponsored side run out convincing winners.

Sport
Weather favours the ladies

The in-form Mary Wilson played a very steady round being the only player carding a score in the 60s and taking the lead from Katharine with a nett 68.

Sport
McKinven and Colville better ball

The McKinven and Colville two-ball better ball Open was held in August and 42 pairs took to the fairways of Machrihanish Golf Club to play for the prizes.

Leisure
Fresh look at learning Gaelic

Ahead of an ambitious project to attract more people to Gaelic, LearnGaelic has launched a redesigned website at the University of Glasgow as part of the Embracing change: The Future of Gaelic in a Global & Digital Age seminar for the Royal National Mod.

Leisure
Classic songs of the sea

An evening of songs of the sea, including a few about working on rivers, will be held  on Friday October 25 at 7.30pm in the Lorne and Lowland Church Hall.

Leisure
A twisted fairy tale?

‘It is free and all are welcome, so please go and watch the film at your convenience then come join us for the next Film Club meeting.’

Columnists
LEADER, August 30 2019

It is not the first time jobs have been lost in Campbeltown but something usually turns up to redress the employment balance.

Columnists
Letter: Independence march

I didn’t march because my aged legs don’t carry me far these days, but I’m not ashamed to be a supporter of independence.