Town hall tricks and treats

The children's Hallowe'en party was very well attended.

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Up to 100 children descended on Campbeltown Town Hall for its ‘Kiddie Spook Party’ last Friday.

The youngsters, clad in a mix of costumes, enjoyed fun, music and games at the party organised by Ailsa Yuill, senior project officer at South Kintyre Development Trust which owns the hall, Lesley Renton of Youth Impact, and Holli Allen, Jenny Souden and Rachel Renton.

The event raised £484.20 which will be donated to the fundraising campaign to buy Cooper Scally a new wheelchair and trike.

The children’s Hallowe’en party was very well attended.