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Birthdays during a global pandemic are bound to be different from usual.
People may be unable to celebrate as with family and friends as they normally would but they have been finding other ways to make their day special.
This is how some Kintyre birthday boys and girls spent or plan to spend their day. Happy birthday to everyone celebrating a lockdown birthday.
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Frank Stacey from Campbeltown turned 10 years old on June 14. He had a great birthday celebrating with a barbecue in the garden with his family.
Eva, Warren and Saraya Souden
Triplets Eva, Warren and Saraya Souden from the Sound of Kintyre celebrated their 12th birthday on Wednesday June 24. They planned to spend their day with a couple of friends in the garden having mocktails and enjoying an outdoor cinema experience with their new projector. They also headed to Campbeltown Grammar School for a 20 minute tour of their new school.
Arran Morris from Campbeltown turned one on Monday June 22 and received lots of lovely cards and presents. He had a great day playing with balloons and eating some caterpillar cake with his mummy and daddy.
James McLean from Campbeltown celebrated his ninth birthday on Tuesday June 23. He had a wonderful day with his little brothers Harry and Lewis, and planned to have a garden party with friends and family on Wednesday when the weather had hopefully improved.