Regulars return for first coffee morning in 18 months

Organisers were pleased to welcome coffee morning regulars Betty McIntyre, Margaret Mathieson, Janice Anderson and Moira McDougal back at the town hall.
Organisers were pleased to welcome coffee morning regulars Betty McIntyre, Margaret Mathieson, Janice Anderson and Moira McDougal back at the town hall.

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Campbeltown Town Hall last Saturday hosted its first coffee morning since January 29 2020.

The event, which featured home-baking, a raffle and bottle stalls, was organised to give members of the community a chance to have their say on a new community action plan.

Paper copies of a survey created by South Kintyre Development Trust, Inspiralba and Campbeltown Community Council, which were tasked with updating the town’s action plan, were available at the coffee morning.

The results of the survey will influence what services are prioritised and developed in the future.

The coffee morning was quieter than usual – as expected by organisers – but they were glad to welcome some familiar faces back to the town hall.

Anna Brodie, Christophe Adie and Eric Spence working hard in the kitchen.
Anna Brodie, Christophe Adie and Eric Spence working hard in the kitchen.

The survey is still available online at www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/3HD7SZL

Survey results are confidential and any comments which identify any personal information will be anonymised throughout the development of the action plan.

For further information on the survey or the community action plan, contact the community action plan coordinator Anna Brodie by emailing Anna@skdt.org