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£15,000 funding for Campbeltown quartet of business entrepreneurs

A TRIO of cultural enterprises and a gardening firm have dug up funding of £15,000 from a programme to develop business ideas.

The funding is part of a package of support from Vital Spark, a programme delivered by Firstport with support from UnLtd Scotland which works with people in Dunoon, Rothesay and Campbeltown to start new social enterprises.

The entrepreneurs include David Fee, who received £3,450 for his enterprise Homesong, a network of hosts and performers in rural areas; Gordon Allen, received £4,000 for Wee Toon Environmental Services that offers services such as garden maintenance and landscaping while providing work placements and training for unemployed people; Chris Annetts received £4,200 to develop Kyt Cat, a youth theatre; and Pamela Galbraith, received £4,250 to develop Kintyre Cultural Connections, which will rejuvenate the ceilidh and heritage culture by starting international exchanges of music, storytelling and food.

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