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Digital Subscriptions > Argyllshire Advertiser > 17th November 2017 > Editorial


Health care

STAFF at the Lochgilphead Medical Centre work hard during a time of scarce resources, and their efforts – above and beyond the call of duty – are appreciated. The new GP appointments system seems to have been a qualified success, but it would not be true to say everyone’s experience has been good.

When the community council raises concerns on behalf of local people, it carries a certain weight, and we hope that valid concerns will be properly considered as the system develops.

Car fire drama

LOCHGILPHEAD had a rather dramatic Monday morning this week when the emergency services were called to extinguish a car on fire.

Luckily nobody was injured in the incident, and it just demonstrates how fortunate we are to have police and fire services there to deal with such incidents in a professional way.

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