Purdie’s of Argyll has expansion in mind
It’s not always sunshine and roses here in the west but if you add coffee and cake to the mix who cares…
‘Major inconsistencies remain in teachers’ practice’
‘The NHS has been dragging its heels over this project and it’s past time that it was delivered.’
‘We are really keen to help our young people stay and return, help businesses grow and support the community groups on our island.’
‘We believe passionately in what we are doing and the whole package of support, not just financial, on offer from UnLtd is first class.
The association’s concern is that alternative ways of managing land and vegetarian type foods are being proposed as being options to reduce warming while increasing evidence is showing that the opposite is true.
Malcolm McFadyen has attended the event for the last 50 years and says he thinks this year’s was the best yet.
‘We look forward to working closely with the council and local residents going forward.’
‘This new expansion will help us fulfill another objective which is to increase our workforce and become a major employer in an area where opportunities are often scarce.’
‘It has been a pleasure visiting each and every school and I hope you have all enjoyed the workshops as much as I have!’
‘It’s lovely that people are choosing to spend their money be coming to visit us and Kintyre.’
‘There is so much to celebrate about our coastlines and waterways and we want to encourage and inspire people to explore and enjoy them as much as possible throughout this year and beyond.’
Bute councillor asks if deputies do enough.
‘Win or lose, it’s always heartening for a musician to have your work recognised not only by industry peers but also by your listeners.’
Eagle-eyed dinosaur fans may spot Glen Mallan jetty at Loch Long, Arrochar, if they see the film at Campbeltown Picture House.
The seasonal service, which was introduced on a trial basis in 2013 and became permanent in 2015, has been plagued by cancellations due to weather and mechanical issues.
The festival celebrates the whisky heritage of Campbeltown, an area once dubbed ‘the whisky capital of the world’ and one of the five traditional whisky-producing regions of Scotland.