Malawi Project to benefit from murder mystery night

If YOU fancy yourself as Arbroath’s answer to Inspector Rebus or Sherlock Holmes, the Murder Mystery night at St Andrew’s Church, Arbroath on Friday, March 15 will be right up your street.

All aspiring detectives will assemble at 7 p.m. for a delicious three-course dinner interspersed with the scenes of the mystery and interviews with the characters.

Can you solve the question of ‘What the Butler Saw?’, will be the task and the event will take place in the church hall at Hamilton Green, opposite Arbroath Abbey visitor centre.

The evening promises not only great value entertainment but also supports the Malawi Project that St Andrew’s Church has been operating for the past six years.

Through a mixture of fund-raising activities, child sponsorship and work parties, the church has built and maintains daycare centres and residential accommodation for children in Thyolo and Kambilonjo in southern Malawi.

So far St Andrew’s has raised over £205,000 to help these young people with housing, food, clothing and education, giving them a great chance to make their way in the world and contribute to the development of their country.

Tickets costs £12 including the dinner and they can be purchased by contacting 01241 873218

The Herald has also been kindly given two pairs of tickets to give away to two lucky readers.

All you have to do is answer this simple question:

Which African country will benefit from the money raised at the St Andrew’s Church Murder Mystery night?

Send your answers in to Murder Mystery Competition, Arbroath Herald/Guide & Gazette, 21 Market Place, Arbroath, DD11 1HR.

Remember to include your name, answer and telephone number.

Entries must reach us by Wednesday, March 13 at 12 noon when the winners will be chosen.