Christmas arrived on Arran last weekend with the spectacular Santa’s Sparkle event.
There was a surprise when the new chairman of the board of David MacBrayne Ltd (DML) was announced last week.
The first Sunday in Advent and the first Sunday of the Church’s liturgical year, was celebrated with mass at Holy Cross Church in Brodick.
The mattress recycling service has been made possible by £60,000 funding through the newly launched Recycling Improvement Fund by Zero Waste Scotland.
The man behind the proposal to convert distillery waste into innovative by-products has emerged as Arran Distillers major shareholder, Les Auchincloss.
The £1.5m fund is part of a Scotland Loves Local campaign which urges people to think, choose and spend local to help their communities recover from the impact of coronavirus and build a stronger future.
Ferry operator, CalMac, are offering a 50 per cent discount on fares for school minibuses taking pupils to extra-curricular activities.
Arran AFC returned to their winning ways last weekend with a hard fought match against Glencairn Thistle which turned into an eight goal thriller.
Families looking for an entertaining afternoon of festive fun, good food and shopping deals, and all with a local provenance, can pop over to Bellevue Farm between 12pm and 3pm on Sunday.
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