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Digital Subscriptions > Campbeltown Courier > 22nd July 2016 > Deacon Blue drummer enjoys Kintyre hospitality

Deacon Blue drummer enjoys Kintyre hospitality

A FOUNDER member of Deacon Blue, a sports journalist and an adventure photographer laced up their boots to spend four days on the Kintyre Way.

The group are working on a review of the 100-mile route.

Dougie Vipond, who has presented the BBC’s Adventure Show and is a founding member of the band Deacon Blue, along with Ricky Ross and Lorraine McIntosh, teamed up with Andy McCandlish, perhaps best known for his Skye Ridge images of cyclist Danny Macaskill, and writer Sean McFarlane from Outdoor Fitness magazine.

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