Kinloch Project keeping very busy

Presenting the new village green in Carnoustie on Monday are, from left - Sus McMahon, Peter Murphy, Allison Edwards, Jean Forbes, Linda Wolfe and David Rorie.
Presenting the new village green in Carnoustie on Monday are, from left - Sus McMahon, Peter Murphy, Allison Edwards, Jean Forbes, Linda Wolfe and David Rorie.

The Kinloch Centre Project was updating its supporters on current developments at its latest meeting earlier this week.

Leading the meeting was chairman Peter Murphy and the company were informed of recent activities being carried out on behalf of the project.

He said: “The Pub Quiz at the Station Hotel on Monday night was a great success, brilliantly led by Rodger Brunton with very imaginative questions and hilarious wit. Over 50 people took part, including two teams of four from Carnoustie High School and £250 was raised as a consequence.

“In the wake of the recent Charrette investigation into the future of Carnoustie Town Centre - an event that eventually could have a very beneficial impact on the overall well-being of the Town and its inhabitants. We hope to bring our own ‘take’ on how it will affect our ongoing intention to provide a Community Cinema for the town at our annual general meeting.”

There is a car boot sale scheduled for Saturday, April 11, opening at 8.30 a.m. at the Kinloch village green site.

It dovetails with Tartan Week celebrations and features a demonstration by the Carnoustie and District Pipe Band. Pitches are £7.50 for cars and £12 for vans, to book in advance call 01241 852106.

The Kinloch Centre Project’s annual general meeting will be held at 7 p.m. on Monday, May 18, in the Panmure Centre and is open to the public and press.