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Choirs, singing and music fill the pages of this week’s Courier and the town’s public spaces.
Castlehill’s P7s and their teachers sang carols to entertain shoppers at Tesco, last Thursday evening, to raise funds for their four day to trip to Edinburgh next year.
The Ensemble Choirs, directed for four years by Paula McLean, have moved from venue to venue as word of their prowess spreads. Following Sunday’s demand it is clear they may need a bigger venue than the town hall next year.
Ex-Campbeltonian Mark Good, trained at Campbeltown Brass, has extended his range across the water in Glasgow and was blown away by the band’s current success.
Piping is included with news of a donation to KSPB and the many school productions have a strong musical element.
Many of these performances have been given virtually for free or for a small donation.
This is a good reminder that Christmas should be about sharing. The value of a gift should not reflect its price tag and this theme has been continued by at least three ministers.