Look up for building fixes

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A conservation accredited architect will lead a walk round Campbeltown titled Look Up!

The free maintenance event, organised by Campbeltown Conservation Area Regeneration Scheme (CARS), is part of National Maintenance Week.

It is aimed at tenement and traditional building owners and starts next Tuesday outside the CARS office, 3 Harvey’s Lane, at 11am

A seminar and presentation will follow. All those attending will get a free copy of the tenement handbook.

Campbeltown CARS is a project jointly funded by Historic Environment Scotland and Argyll and Bute Council.

It provides grant funding for repair and conservation works to buildings in and around Main Street as well as traditional skills training and community engagement events.

To find out whether a property is eligible for grant funding  see www.argyll-bute.gov. uk/campbeltown-regeneration.