New leisure service launch
Children from Colgrain Primary in Helensburgh helped launch the new trust which will deliver leisure and library services across Argyll and Bute.
The pupils met with Olympic athletes-Vicki Adams and Lauren Gray, part of-Team GB women’s curling team who are set to compete at the-Winter Olympics in Pyeong-Chang, South Korea in February.
They won bronze at Sochi in 2014 and also at the 2016/17World and European Championships.
Chair of Live Argyll, Andrew Nisbet, said “Live Argyll has a shared commitment with our council colleagues, to play an active role in enhancing the health, fitness, culture and personal wellbeing of the citizens of Argyll and Bute and our visitors.”
The children are pictured with Andrew, Lauren, Vicki and Argyll and Bute Council leader Councillor Aileen Morton.
Big launch Pupils from Colgrain Primary, Helensburgh, and, back from left, Live Argyll chair Andrew Nisbet, Olympians Lauren Gray and Vicki Adams, and Councillor Aileen Morton, leader of Argyll and Bute Council at the launch of Live Argyll which will now run leisure and library services in Argyll and Bute