Link Club’s astronomical photography exhibition

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Budding photographers from Kintyre Link Club took part in an editing course using images they captured of moonlight and sunsets.

The editing course was run by Argyll and Bute Council’s adult learning and literacies (ALL) team in the Kintyre Community Education Centre, using photographs taken in and around Campbeltown at a previous photography course, also run by ALL.

The photographs are currently on display in Campbeltown Library.

To find out more about courses being run at the community centre or to get help with literacy, contact Roxanne Docherty on 01586 555915 or Diane McCaig on 01546 604615.

Pictured with their photographs on display are, from left, back row: John Shaw, Rosie Morrison, Lorna Thompson, Brian Love, Billy McTaggart and Sarah Cheers; front row: adult learning photography tutor Sarah MacDonald and adult literacy development worker Roxanne Docherty.