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Will ye no come back again?

The final ferry of the three year pilot service left Campbeltown on Sunday (September 25th 2015) and the Vector team on board (along with 100 or so passengers!) were sent off by two pipers with a wealth of data (from passengers, businesses and residents) and a report to write which will underpin the decision by Transport Scotland as to whether to continue the service into 2016. Vector's comprehensive study has isolated the impacts of the service on the local economy and communities in Kintyre and North Ayrshire.

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