Parade opened 1918 armistice anniversary

The column left from Victoria Hall, which is also part of Campbeltown's military history. It is the former headquarters for B, C and G Companies, 1st Argyll Highland Rifle Volunteers, from 1887.

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Kintyre Schools Pipe Band lead the parade marking the 100th anniversary of the armistice ending the First World War.

The column left from Victoria Hall, which is also part of Campbeltown’s military history.

It is the former headquarters for B, C and G Companies, 1st Argyll Highland Rifle Volunteers, from 1887.