Who will blink first in ferry showdown?
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Who will blink first in ferry showdown?

The MV Glen Sannox, is already certain to be a year late before entering service on the main Brodick to Ardrossan route and it is unlikely to be carry passengers until at least next autumn.

Singers in fine festive voice
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Singers in fine festive voice

Proceeds raised from the concert will go towards the Isle of Arran Music School, a recently established charity which encourages school aged children to learn how to play musical instruments by funding free tuition and instrument loans.

Trust needs you to help housing push
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Trust needs you to help housing push

Having secured £8 million in funding to build approximately 56 new affordable homes by the spring of 2021, ADT are currently looking at developing three areas on Arran for the affordable housing.

Crowds flock to Corrie Christmas craft fair
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Crowds flock to Corrie Christmas craft fair

In addition to a large Christmas hamper raffle, visitors snapped up Christmas cards, jewellery, home baking, hand knitted garments, artworks, jams and preserves and tried their hand at winning prizes on a popular tombola stall.

Arran is alive with the sound of music
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Arran is alive with the sound of music

Set over 16 scenes in two acts, the cast whose singing and acting abilities, along with what must of been a huge undertaking by all of the background players, ensured that this performance was one that will be remembered for a long time to come.

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Primary children dance to a Scottish tune

Liz Kennedy was, as usual, the master of ceremonies and took the children through a number of jigs, Strathspeys and reels including the Gay Gordons, The White Rabbit and The Flying Scotsman and The Old Man of Storr.