Iconic Corrie seal back on its perch

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corrie seal replaced on rockThe much-loved Corrie seal has been returned to its lofty perch in the centre of the village. The carved creature, which was washed away down the Clyde to Turnberry last month, was reinstated on the rock by its creator, local sculptor Marvin Elliot, and other members of the community.

For the full story, see the Arran Banner edition of March 22 2014, also available on line at www.arranbanner.co.uk/digital

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