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Before the Christmas break, Campbeltown Grammar School put on a show for family and friends showcasing the many varied talents of its pupils.
The event, compèred by Beckie Shields, Alex Wotherspoon and Lara Sinclair, was opened by Kintyre Schools Pipe Band.
As well as several other group performances, featuring brass, strings, percussion and woodwind instruments, the evening featured vocal arrangements, and solos by accomplished singers Erin Soudan and Hope Strang which really got the audience talking.
And it wasn’t just the musical pupils’ skills on show, with tasty mince pies and sausage rolls, made in the school’s Health and Food Technology department, served at the break.
There were also crafted items up for grabs, and a Christmas cake raffled to raise funds to help support the school’s minibus.
The festive show ended on a high, with the audience participating in a rendition of The 12 Days of Christmas, performing the actions as well as singing.