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Christmas came early at two Campbeltown coffee mornings as festive cards and gifts were snapped up by merry buyers.
As well as charity cards, the Kintyre committee of Cancer Research UK sold tiny, knitted Christmas puddings, made by Dede Robertson, in which Ferrero Rocher chocolate balls can be hidden.
The sweet treats were sold alongside a variety of home-baking of all descriptions.
There was also a Christmas lucky dip stall, a bottle stall and a raffle at the event which raised £832.95.
Along the road, in Kirk Street Hall, the Campbeltown fundraising committee for the RNLI hosted its own event, complete with Christmas cards and festive goodies, including tote bags and teddies.
A bottle stall, baking stall and raffle helped to boost funds at the event which raised about £470.
Dorothy McCormick sold a range of charity cards at the Cancer Research coffee morning. 50_c45cancerresearch01
Pat McPherson and Valerie Nimmo manned the Christmas lucky dip stall in the town hall. 50_c45cancerresearch02
Dede Robertson holds her hand-knitted Christmas pudding treats, which she sold alongisde baking, with Margaret Littleson, right, at Cancer Research’s coffee morning. 50_c45cancerresearch03
Mary Cameron, Moira Menzies and Inez Ronald worked hard in the town hall kitchen. 50_c45cancerresearch04
Catherine Walker, Irene O’Neill and Susie O’Neill enjoyed a cuppa at the Cancer Research fundraiser. 50_c45cancerresearch05
Marjorie Leighton, Sue Morgan and Liz Johnson sold Christmas items at the RNLI’s coffee morning. 50_c45rnli01
Violet Craig and Sharon Denton sold a range of home baking at the RNLI fundraiser. 50_c45rnli02
There was a massive hamper at the RNLI coffee morning. 50_c45rnli03
John Ives manned the RNLI’s bottle stall. 50_c45rnli04
Judith Macrae and Marion Fordom enjoyed a blether at the RNLI fundraiser. 50_c45rnli05