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For the first time in recent years, Kintyre’s five Scottish Women’s Institutes (SWI) branches will hold a joint coffee morning.
Members from Southend, Bellochantuy, Largieside, Clachan and Whitehouse will raise a cup in Campbeltown Town Hall on Saturday November 10 from 10am till noon.
A highlight will be a display of handiwork, art and photography which members have made, often for competitions, and works made at Kintyre classes.
The five institutes each hold a monthly meeting with a speaker or demonstration, a competition, tea and chat.
A spokesperson said: ‘We will be delighted to welcome you to our event highlighting the work of the SWI.’