Argyll and Bute

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Argyll and Bute

(ɑːˈɡaɪl)
n
(Placename) a council area in W Scotland on the Atlantic Ocean: in 1975 the historical counties of Argyllshire and Bute became part of Strathclyde region; in 1996 they were reinstated as a single unitary authority. Argyll and Bute is mountainous and includes the islands of Bute, Mull, Islay, and Jura. Administrative centre: Lochgilphead. Pop: 91 300 (2003 est). Area: 6930 sq km (2676 sq miles)
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Future Contract Opportunity: This is a market test exercise seeking responses that indicate interest in contributing to a prosperous future for the Argyll and Bute region, and that provide initial stage recommendations on how marketing can best support our ambitions for the area, and at what level (s) of financial investment.