Campbeltown’s social scene

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If you are looking for something to do over the coming week, Campbeltown has plenty to offer.

Kicking off the entertainment, Tommy and Stewart Blue are the latest Masonic Live listing.

The father and son singing duo will hit the stage at Lodge St John’s 141 Recreational Club tomorrow for a singalong on Saturday from 4pm to 8pm.

Their popular tunes are sure to get feet tapping. Entry is a donation at the door and there will be a raffle. All are welcome.

If you are looking for a midweek distraction, Campbeltown Flower Club resumes on Wednesday September 18 at 7.30pm in Lorne and Lowland Church Hall. New members are very welcome.

Next Friday, September 20, Barry Hogg and Jennifer Phillips will host ‘an evening of mediumship’.

The latest medium offering is at 7.30pm at the Ardshiel Hotel, Campbeltown. Tickets are £15 and can be reserved by calling 07751 350204 or can be bought at the door on the night. A limited number of private mini readings are also available.