Friday, April 15, 2016

Fall

Rushing between Campbeltown Town Hall opening and the first sailing of the now permanent seasonal ferry I tripped and fell full length.
A great experience to find out what a fall must be like for the elderly and a timely reminder that it really would be a good idea to lose some weight.
Possibly two bust ribs, they're certainly pretty sore even 48 hours later and a bone in hand, luckily left hand although use both similarly!
Been a busy weekend - U14s football, swimming gala, SWRI show and a second town hall visit on Saturday. Followed by Glenbarr Abbey and the gun unveiling yesterday, gave plenty of physiotherapy.

Friday, January 15, 2016

Billy Irving appeals Indian jail sentence (Campbeltown Courier), Jan 15 2016, 1





Billy Irving appeals Indian jail sentence
By MARK DAVEY and LOUISE GLEN editor@campbeltowncourier.co.uk
Campbeltown Courier
Jan 15 2016

THE EX-PARATROOPER son of a former Campbeltown police sergeant is appealing against a fiveyear jail term imposed by an Indian Court. On Monday, appeal judges at India's Supreme Court sentenced Billy Irving, 35, to five years in prison, with no...
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Friday, January 08, 2016

Campbeltown Courier, Jan 8 2016, 1

Friday, November 06, 2015

Mystery surrounds washed-up kayak (Campbeltown Courier), Nov 6 2015, 1





Mystery surrounds washed-up kayak
By MARK DAVEY editor@campbeltowncourier.co.uk
Campbeltown Courier
Nov 6 2015

A BLACK kayak washed up at Earadale Point, south of Machrihanish, may have belonged to an Irish man who vanished in September. Police have just released details to the public of the black plastic craftm which was discovered last month near Earadale...
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