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The sound of the pipes filled Main Street as Matthew McKerral and Calum O’Hanlon announced a fundraiser.
On a cool dry November morning Campbeltown Town Hall was soon buzzing, during fundraising for the Kintyre Juvenile Pipe Band Association.
A mixture of mums, dads, grandparents, supporters and youngsters manned the various stalls, including a treasure hunt, guess the sweeties in the jar, baking and a bottle tombola and collected a grand total of £1,082.35.
After a long dry spell the Courier reporter struck lucky and won a package of chocolate boxes on the raffle.
Calum O’Hanlon and Matthew McKerral played a 15 minute stint att he start of the morning. 25_c48piperscoffee01
Coffee morning supporters from left: Lisa McKellar, Christina McTaggart, Isla Campbell, Sophie Durnin, Heather Millar and Leanna Campbell. 25_c48piperscoffee05
Imogen O’Hanlon and Mary Thomson manned the treasure hunt stall. 25_c48piperscoffee03
Bottle stall helpers included from left: Gilbert McKillop, Reilly Campbell, 4, Kelvin Campbell, 6, Audrey McKillop, Catherine McLean, and Tommy McGrory. 25_c48piperscoffee02