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Tarbert youth ‘not all bad’ after castle vandalism

RUBBISH was left strewn across land at Tarbert Castle in the wake of last week’s Tarbert Fair, to the anger and disappointment of volunteers.

A group of young people who gathered in the area on Saturday night is believed to have been responsible for this and other damage – but Tarbert’s youth should not be tainted by incidents like this, according to some.

Writing on page six of this week’s Advertiser, Tarbert Castle Trust secretary Robert McPhail says: ‘On the Monday morning after Tarbert Fair, volunteers at Tarbert Castle had to collect and remove four large bin bags of bottles, cans and six pack boxes.’

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