Carradale Music Festival fundraiser on a roll

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Tickets for the inaugural Carradale Music Festival (CMF) at the end of the month are selling fast.

Last Saturday CMF organisers, backed by a band of helpers, raised nearly £1,200 at a packed coffee afternoon in the village hall, featuring music from Western Sound and Alec McKinnon.

The line-up for the event on April 28 and 29 includes: Heron Valley, The Hur, Trail West, None the Wiser, Nations and Under Smoke.

A CMF spokesperson said: ‘A big thank you to everyone who kindly donated gifts to the stalls.

‘We would like to say a massive thank you to all our helpers:  Iain (Neenie) MacDougall, Anna Gemmill, Alan Milstead, Eileen Black, Robert Strang, JeanCampbell, Monica Gemmill, Maryann Gosling, Zoe Gosling, Cheryl Strang and Irene Lamont.’ NO_c14carradalemusicfest01

Tickets are available at: www.eventbrite.co.uk