Fundraisers
Drama-free coffee morning

Organisers’ roles included providing for and manning baking, raffle and bottle stalls at the Campbeltown Town Hall event last Saturday.

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Glasgow festival promotes Argyll and Bute

Wild About Argyll is the face of Argyll and the Isles Tourism Co-operative Ltd (AITC), which works at a local and national level promoting Argyll and the Isles as a must-visit destination.

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Peploe painting loaned to Campbeltown

Frank Chinn the museum’s temporary curator said: ‘The painting is deceptively simple but it is the simplicity of a master who can reduce a complex living subject to a few brush strokes.’

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Designer pens plans for art shows

Mr Russell said: ‘There used to be a vibrant art scene in Campbeltown with shows in the town hall and work by artists such as Rosslyn Oman.’

Leisure
Down Memory Lane, March 8 2019

They may be offered a paint brush to remove their works or perhaps would reveal details about their messages recorded for posterity.

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FROM OUR FILES, March 8 2019

A money box marked with Gregor’s name containing £250 worth of bonds inside was presented to the family to mark the occasion.

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FROM OUR FILES, March 1 2019

Stars of the show were Accent Players who won with their production of Growing Pains and also took the prize for best moment of drama.

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FROM OUR FILES, February 8 2019

The Campbeltown Grammar School pupil, aged 14, beat off stiff competition to win a place in the Springboard FutureChef 2009 cookery competition.