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Heritage evening at Ford

FORMER Argyll and Bute archivist Murdo MacDonald led a fascinating event at Stroneskar, Ford.

Young pipers tutored by Rod Buchanan, Kilmartin, marched over the bridge at Clachandhu to give a brilliant atmospheric start to the evening, before Murdo outlined the history of the stone-built arched bridge.

First mooted in 1759 to replace a ford in the river, it was built around 1764 at a final cost of £4,200.

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