Leader, September 3 2021

Campbeltown Courier opinion.

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Housing investment

REWD Group’s commitment to invest £300,000 into the 39 Campbeltown properties it has just purchased for £1.4 million is welcome news.

Some of the homes are in such poor condition that they require the level of investment that only bigger property companies such as REWD are able to offer to bring them back into use.

The company assured the Courier it is a caring landlord with a desire to provide up-to-standard homes while helping solve the housing crisis.

With buildings in desperate need of renovation and people crying out for homes, REWD’s investment is win-win for Campbeltown.

Good luck to school reps

Good luck to the successful S6 students who have been appointed to the roles of school captains, vice captains, sports captains and sportscotland Young Ambassadors.

These positions mean far more to these inspirational young people than just something to add to their CVs.

During the application process, they were asked to give three words to describe what sort of captain or ambassador they would be and many said words like enthusiastic, compassionate and organised.

From speaking to them, it is clear these impressive youngsters are dedicated to improving the ethos and facilities at the school and giving back to their community.