Drama-free coffee morning

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A troupe of volunteers took centre stage and worked hard behind the scenes at a Scottish Community Drama Association Kintyre District coffee morning.

Organisers’ roles included providing for and manning baking, raffle and bottle stalls at the Campbeltown Town Hall event last Saturday.

Tickets for this year’s drama festival, the committee’s 70th, in which six amateur teams will compete for prizes, were also on sale.

Tickets for each night, Friday and Saturday February 22 and 23, are £8 for adults and £4 for children of primary school age.

They are now available from the Yorkshire Building Society, Longrow, Campbeltown, or at the door on the night.

The fundraising coffee morning made £280.

Martha Rennie, Linda Brannigan and Susan Paterson sell raffle tickets and drama festival tickets. 50_c06drama01

Alan Bakes and Bill Brannigan manned the bottle stalls. 50_c06drama02

Ladies enjoy a cuppa and a catch-up. 50_c06drama03

Morag Allan, Lesley Armour, Kirsteen Ross, Carole Armour and Joanne Gillies worked hard behind the scenes. 50_c06drama04