Fund-raising helps to open eyes

Carnoustie Church Friday Coffee Break held in the Phillip Hall made a presentation of �1232 to the Christian Blind Mission (CBM) at coffee time on Friday. The can help 20 people have cataract operations and in total last year CBM helped a record 36 million people world wide. Karen Garrott who received the cheque said it was wonderful that Carnoustie people can be part of this charity with their generosity. Pictured are, from left - Karen Garrott country manager CBM Scotland, May Duffus and Rev Mike Goss.

Carnoustie Church Friday Coffee Break held in the Phillip Hall made a presentation of �1232 to the Christian Blind Mission (CBM) at coffee time on Friday. The can help 20 people have cataract operations and in total last year CBM helped a record 36 million people world wide. Karen Garrott who received the cheque said it was wonderful that Carnoustie people can be part of this charity with their generosity. Pictured are, from left - Karen Garrott country manager CBM Scotland, May Duffus and Rev Mike Goss.

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CARNOUSTIE Church Friday Coffee Break presented £1,232 to the Christian Blind Mission (CBM) at coffee time in the Phillip Hall last week.

The money will allow 20 people to receive cataract operations. Last year CBM helped a record 36 million people worldwide.

Karen Garrott who received the cheque said it was wonderful that Carnoustie people can be part of this charity with their generosity. Pictured are, from left - Karen Garrott, country manager, CBM Scotland; May Duffus and the Rev. Mike Goss.