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Despite seeming ‘sparsely’ populated a coffee morning drawing together Kintyre’s SWI groups raised £779.
As well as the usual refreshments stalls included home baking which disappeared quickly, craftwork made to a ‘high standard’ and a bottle stall run by Margaret Bakes among others.
SWI spokeswoman Tricia Fair said: ‘Despite Campbeltown Town Hall’s large tables seeming sparsely filled we raised a good amount and had some very generous donations.’
Campbeltown Grammar School pupil, Megan Lines, 12, helped run the craft stall. 25_c46SWI01_Megan_Lines_12