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This year Argyll & Bute is once again offering a digital programme! * Our programme takes place on the weekend of the 25th and 26th of September.

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Please be advised that many venues have COVID-19 safety measures in place. You may be asked to wear face masks, use hand sanitiser or maintain social distance, please respect these requests. 

Please note that venues may be subject to temporary closure at short notice. Where possible we advise that you check with venues before visiting, and please follow the guidance of staff and volunteers on site.

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Campbeltown Heritage Centre

25-26 September 2021

Campbeltown Heritage Centre is a museum and heritage centre which is the main repository for social history for the Kintyre Peninsula from around 1700 to the present day. The centre stands on the site of the Gaelic Free Church. Built in 1868, it was believed to have come as a numbered kit by sea from Beauvais in France. Because of the striking alternating colour scheme of its stonework, it became known as the ‘Tartan Kirk”. The Church closed in 1990 when the congregation amalgamated with the Lowland Church in Longrow. In 1995, the Church was transformed into the Heritage Centre, reflecting the wealth of local history and becoming a haven of music and drama. The building retains an attractive “rose” window in the West gable.

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Machrihanish Airbase


25-26 September 2021

Machrihanish Airbase Community Company (MACC) was formed in 2012 when the local community purchased a former military airfield from the Ministry of Defence for £1. The site, now known as MACC Business Park, is located on the Kintyre peninsula on the West Coast of Scotland and is over 1000 acres in size. MACC Business Park is run and managed by MACC Developments Ltd. There are currently over 120 tenants with several of these being businesses premises. The site was also shortlisted as one of eight potential locations for a UK Spaceport and has recently hosted the first CanSat Competition (Mach 21) with AltaRange/UK Space Agency where university students visited the site and competed in launching rockets.

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