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The Scottish Bible Society’s Kintyre support group has announced the winner of its quiz, Anagrams of Scottish Songs.
Alison McCormick of Roading Cottages, Campbeltown completed the quiz and won £10 and a goody bag.
The quiz, which was launched at the Up the Close event during MOK Fest, resulted in entries from as far as Aberdeen, Stirling and Northern Ireland.
The Kintyre support group would like to thank everyone who participated in this fundraising venture which raised almost £200 for the Bible Society.
The correct answers were: The Dark Island, Maggie May, Song of the Clyde, Sunshine on Leith, I Love a Lassie, Auld Lang Syne, Charlie is my Darling, Bonnie Wee Jeannie McColl, Football Crazy, Flower of Scotland, Caledonia, Will ye no Come Back Again, Scotland the Brave, Mull of Kintyre, My Love is Like a Red, Red Rose, Ye Banks and Braes, Kelvin Grove, Will ye go Lassie go, I Belong to Glasgow, These are my Mountains, Skye Boat Song, Shoals of Herring, Campbeltown Loch, Love is all Around, and Road to the isles.
All are welcome at a Bible Society coffee morning and bake sale on Saturday October 27 from 10am to 12pm in Lorne and Lowland Old Hall.
The day after there is a Bible Sunday service on October 28, in Springbank Evangelical Church at 7.00pm. The speaker will be Adrian Armstrong from the Scottish Bible Society.
Alison McCormick receives her prize from Bible Society support group representative, Joan Crooks. NO_c41Bible Society01.