ARTHRITIS comes in many forms, and can strike anyone, any time – something that one young Mid Argyll woman knows only too well.
But the impact of the condition can be eased when good pals are around to help. And one good pal is about to jump out of a plane to fight arthritis. Support Ailsa Hatton’s fundraiser for Arthritis Care at www.doitforcharity.com/ailsah
THE TOP pipe band in Argyll warmed up nicely for next week’s world championships, adding the Scottish crown to the British title won in Paisley back in May.
More than 25,000 spectators came along to Levengrove Park, Dumbarton to see Inveraray and District Pipe Band win the Scottish Championships.
ARGYLL and Bute Council wants to know if you have a sports coach who always goes the extra mile or if you know someone of great sporting prowess.
A TEENAGER from Mid Argyll is reported to have been found dead at the T in the Park music festival on Friday. The youngster, named locally as Peter MacCallum, 17, was a pupil at Lochgilphead High School, going into his sixth year. A members of the Argyllshire male Gaelic choir, the boy was a regular medal winner at various music competitions throughout Argyll and at the Royal National Mod. Staff members at the Argyllshire Advertiser and The Oban Times extend their sincere
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TWO apprentices from Argyll and Bute Council have become fully qualified HGV mechanics.
Read the full story in the May 27 edition of the Argyllshire Advertiser.
NEW JOBS will be created in Inveraray as a new supermarket opens its doors.
Read the full story in the April 1, 2016 edition of The Argyllshire Advertiser.
THE HILLS were alive last week with the sound of hundreds of talented musicians – making the 37th Mid Argyll Music Festival a ‘great success’.
Read the full story in the March 25, 2016 edition of The Argyllshire Advertiser.
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