Wee Crows at St Co­nan’s

The Oban Times - - News -

A ‘WON­DER­FUL’ open week­end at St Co­nan’s Kirk of­fered some de­light­ful treats for visi­tors.

But a fine co-in­ci­dence for one spec­ta­tor was a fab­u­lous ex­pe­ri­ence for those who took up an of­fer of a free look around the early 20th cen­tury church.

The Three Wee Crows per­formed on nu­mer­ous oc­ca­sions over the week­end - but on Sun­day a per­for­mance of a poem held a spe­cial mem­ory for one visi­tor from Port­sonachan.

MacIain Ser­vice vis­ited the kirk to hear a poem writ­ten by Wal­ter Camp­bell, founder of the church.

But lit­tle did visi­tors know there was a film of the wed­ding of Mr Ser­vice’s fa­ther and mother.

Pic­tured above are Kath­leen Han­ni­gan, Ma­clain Ser­vice and Jo Ser­vice at the kirk’s open day.

The Three Wee Crows, who per­formed at the event, will also be per­form­ing at Duart Castle through out the day this Sun­day, Au­gust 23.

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