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June 9 1966

Whisky store in danger.

AMONG the local projects being held up by the cement shortage is the construction of a new £35,000 duty-free warehouse at Campbeltown’s Spring-bank Distillery.

The contractors, Robert Weir and Son, of Campbeltown, have nothing like the quantity of cement they require for the massive reinforced concrete raft on which the warehouse is to be built.

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