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Running track ready for Highland Games

A CONTRACTING firm’s boss rolled into action when he heard of a scheme to create a running oval in the Wee Toon and now the stage is set for the Highland games on May 13 next year.

The idea developed when the then chairman of Campbeltown Running Club (CRC), Robert MacDonald, was having a pint with Billy McFadyen of McFadyen Contractors Ltd and Robert asked for a possible price per linear metre for the formation of a running track.

Robert said: ‘I wasn’t looking for an Olympic standard track, but something which could be affordable and would be a set distance to allow interval sessions to take place.

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