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THE ARRAN BANNER

TWENTY YEARS AGO

Saturday 2 November, 1996

Pirnmill shop shuts

Pirnmill is experiencing a feeling of collective hurt after they lost their shop last week. On Wednesday this was compounded by the fact that postmistress Linda Brown resigned, leaving villagers without a shop and a post office.

At a community council meeting this week Tom Campbell of Pirnmill spoke of the feelings of the village and how the proposed new position for the post office was unsuitable. Meantime, Jim Primrose of Lochranza Post Office will pick up the slack and will cash pension books stamped Pirnmill. As for provisions, two vans will service the area and Jim will be happy to deliver orders.

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