Kilmartin Church hosts bustling coffee afternoon

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The Glassary, Ford and Kilmartin Church building was bustling as the first fundraising coffee afternoon took place on Saturday July 6.

There was a raffle and plenty of baked goods to keep everyone sweet.

Linda Tighe called it a steady turnout and was pleased with how busy it got.

‘Some people took a different bus’ she added. ‘And it sent them on a tour round Mid Argyll so they got a great day out of it.’

The church raised £465 for church funds in one afternoon and thank everyone who showed up for their support.