Courier layout changes

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Readers will notice that from page six onwards the Courier has been revamped and has increased in size to 40 pages this week.

Hopefully readers will find much more news in today’s edition, although with the popularity of nostalgia stories some of that is old news.

A major change has been to bring From our Files together with Down memory lane, sponsored by Campbeltown Heritage Centre, to create a nostalgia section on pages eight and nine.

Any readers with old photographs they wish to feature or which are a mystery are welcome to send them to the usual address, or come to see the reporters at the Courier Centre on Longrow South.

Last year’s four page Leisure and Entertainment section has returned from pages 19 to 22 and includes the second Walk with the Courier.

There is a suggestion this week for another exciting festival, centred round books, perhaps linked to the Malts.

Visitors go to Edinburgh’s fringe for up to three weeks, why not Kintyre for a 10 day festival with the MOK Run at the end?