Kintyre
Glenbarr remembers

‘The floor was littered with men writhing and retching in an agony of suffocation.’

Kintyre footballers fired up in feisty friendly
Football
Kintyre footballers fired up in feisty friendly

Referee Peter McCallum had one of the toughest jobs on the park as his sons Donald and John played on opposing teams. In the good natured affair he hardly drew his whistle as there was little tackling and plenty of passing.

Other Sports
Splendid swims

Euan competed at West Districts JAG short course championships and knocked 6.45 off his 200m breaststroke.

Football
Dismal Pupils dumped in Dunoon

The Pupils have won only one match in their past six matches, far removed from the league-winning, or promotion-clinching form the relatively  young squad showed at the beginning of the season.

Leisure
FROM OUR FILES, November 10 2017

‘As no doubt most people are aware, the Tourist Trail signposting recently erected in connection with Argyll pointedly omits Kintyre.’

Letters
Letter: Rotary’s sale facts

There should be no requests for collection of furniture for the Rotary Club of Campbeltown’s Sale of the Century until April next year.

Columnists
Spending a penny

A woman from Carradale said in a phone call to the Courier on Wednesday: ‘Do they expect us to relieve ourselves in the streets?’

Letters
Letter: Farm stall plea

Christmas is coming and hopefully, Santa, if he is in Argyll and Bute, will be kind to a very enterprising family and allow Bellochantuy Farm Stall to re-open soon.

Letters
Letter: Kintyre needs tourism

As for the proposed closure of the public loos by the council where do people go? Do they bring their own plastic bags and poop scoops? It is unacceptable in this day and age – madness.