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Is £15.5m for a new grammar school short-changing Kintyre?

AT LAST the first turf has been ceremonially cut and construction is officially underway for the latest incarnation of Campbeltown Grammar School.

It is one of two new high schools being built in Argyll and Bute, the other being Oban, at a reported cost of £36 million, which is 2.3 times as much as is being spent in Kintyre.

Oban currently has a roll of 900 and Campbeltown is slightly less than half of that but is forecast to grow with the expansion of CS Wind’s operations.

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