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Pensioner Raibert MacCullum used all his experience to ensure Drumlemble’s choir was in perfect tune at Kintyre Music Festival.
The five youngsters, conducted by Mr MacCallum, 80, won section A for Rural Primary Choirs and the trophy donated by former Sheriff and Mrs Norman Milne.
On Saturday night, accompanied by Morbheinn McAllister, the choir sung ‘Playing on the Beach’ – arranged by Lin Marsh, and Dream Angus.
For more on this year’s special 40th anniversary festival finale see pages 21, 24, 25 and 26. 25_c24KMF16_Drumlemble_Junior_choir