Sheriff Patrick Hughes told a man it was contemptible to steal another person’s glasses.
Kintyre Reuse Hub at 64 Longrow has achieved Revolve accreditation after two years of hard work from staff and volunteers
Amnesty periods will be provided at various intervals but access for emergency services will be maintained at all times
The Pupils took the lead early in the match but two quick-fire strikes before half-time gave the Glasgow team a 2-1 lead at the interval
The Pupils piled on the pressure which resulted in a remarkable accumulation of 10 different players scoring on the day
The wind made for tricky conditions and this helped to keep scores relatively high.
Euan Dott, Josh Arkell and Calum Ellis have successfully completed the Scottish Football Association Early Touches Level 1.1 course
Neil Littleson lifted Campbeltown Lawn Tennis Club’s Dickson Men’s Singles Trophy last week for the second time
Despite a grey, cool and breezy start, the day improved and for the majority of the round the competing ladies enjoyed sunny although at times windy conditions
Campbeltown Pupils’ under 13s team got returned to their winning ways on Sunday with a hard fought 4-2 win away to Dumbarton Riverside.
The latest flicks to hit the big screen at Campbeltown’s cinema
‘Zoe’s selfless act is a perfect example of the kindness that HC-One is all about’
One of the first items on the group’s agenda is replying to an invitation to the club members to visit Erskine Hospital