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Kintyre man’s Blithe Spirit boosts Beatson funds

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A RADIO style version of a 1940s ghost story inspired by a Kintyre producer and concocted in a Glasgow coffee shop raised £1,400 for a cancer charity.

Former Campbeltown Grammar School pupil Sandy Brodie, 59, has recently been treated for non-aggressive cancer of the spine at the Beatson unit, which was also founded by a Campbeltonian, Colonel Sir George Thomas Beatson.

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