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Here’s the June issue of The West Coast Review!
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Leisure
Well-being benefits of a tactile garden

Sensory gardens appeal to all our senses – sight, smell, sound, taste and touch – helping to reduce stress and anxiety and providing us with a place that helps encourage wellbeing and mindfulness.

Leisure
In your night garden

By adding night-scented plants and soft lighting, along with pale-coloured flowers and foliage that appear to glow in the fading light, your garden will become an enticing ‘room’ to sit in at the end of the day.

Leader, May 29 2020
Opinion
Leader, May 29 2020

We owe a big thank you to both the volunteers and businesses that are looking out for everyone in the community.

Opinion
Leader, May 22 2020

This week’s front page article about the apparent vandalism on Beinn Ghuilean was written with disbelief.

Opinion
LEADER, May 8 2020

Robert was a part of numerous varied organisations and groups and therefore his loss will be felt by so many in the area.

Opinion
LEADER, April 17 2020

The people of Campbeltown and Kintyre, as well as smaller village communities, have really come together – figuratively! – to support each other.

Opinion
LEADER, March 27 2020

I realise that I am lucky to be able to retain my job and help deliver vital information and advice to help keep the people of Kintyre healthy.

Opinion
Leader, March 20 2020

If you are being advised to self-isolate and you choose not to, it is the most vulnerable members of our community you are putting at risk.

Opinion
LEADER, March 13 2020

It was strange going into Campbeltown’s supermarkets this week and finding almost empty shelves in some aisles.