A year on from one of their most successful fund-raisers to date the Kinloch Centre Project ceilidh is back for another year.
The inaugural event held last February was so successful that organisers are set to hold another in the Carnoustie Golf Hotel on Friday, February 28, from 7 p.m.
The Kinloch Centre Project is aiming to raise enough funds to create a community hub building on the site of the old Kinloch School in Carnoustie.
And tickets for the ceilidh are now on sale priced £15 from the Fobel Shop and the Trophy Shop.
The programme will include dancing, singing and pipers with Rodger Brunton acting as compere for the evening.
And chairman of the Kinloch Centre Project, Peter Murphy is very much looking forward to the event.
He said: “This is the second ceilidh we have held because the first one was just so successful so we decided to have another one.
“Derek Potter, the piper we had last year will be coming as will the Provost. There will be so much entertainment and there will also be stovies and traybakes.”
The old Kinloch School site has already been transformed with the building of a new care facility to replace Camus House as well as affordable housing.
The Kinloch Centre Project has already secured land at the site for a new community hub in the centre of town.