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A regular contingent of charity fundraisers boosted Cancer Research UK funds.
The Kintyre committee of the national cancer research and awareness charity, which aims to reduce the number of deaths from cancer, hosted a coffee morning last Saturday.
The Campbeltown Town Hall event featured an extensive raffle as well as bottle and baking stalls.
The usual selfless volunteers manned stalls and served tea, coffee, juice and biscuits to visitors of all ages.
The tables at the event, which raised £665.35, were beautifully decorated with flowers.
Elaine Hemmings and Margaret Littleson fold raffle tickets as they man the baking stall. 50_c08cancerresearch01
Pat Healey and Valerie Mackay behind the bottle stall. 50_c08cancerresearch02
Alison Brown and Valerie Nimmo sold raffle tickets. 50_c08cancerresearch03
Mary Cameron and Inez Ronald worked hard in the kitchen. 50_c08cancerresearch04
Cousins Amelia McLean, four, and Tess MacKinnon, three, attended the event with Tess’ mum Rhona McLean and their grandfather Donald McLean. 50_c08cancerresearch05