What’s on in Campbeltown

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Tomorrow is a busy day for fundraisers with at least six events planned for Campbeltown.

Before lunch there is a choice of two coffee mornings: at the Salvation Army hall in Burnside Street from 10am to 12pm and at the same time the MS group is at the town hall with baking, bottles and a raffle.

Into the afternoon and from 1pm to 4pm, to replace the cancelled harbour day, there is a flag and open day at the lifeboat station, there will be teas and burgers and hotdogs from the Rotary Barbeque on the quay.

Across at Stronvaar bowling club the annual fete opens its doors at 2pm with games on the green. At the same time in Kirk Street hall Highland parish church has a sale of work.

At Killegruer shore, from 2pm, by the caravan site there is a fun day organised by Killean and Kilchenzie church, with races, stalls and teas. If the weather is inclement this event will be held on Sunday.

Next week, on Saturday, July 22, there is a senior citizens social club tea dance in the Masonic hall from 2pm to 4pm. Tickets are £5 to include a buffet and music from Alex McKinnon, Lorna Hume and Robert McCallum. The MC is Kay Johnston.