Guests are in for a treat tonight (Friday) at the now annual Kinloch Centre Project ceilidh at the Carnoustie Golf Hotel.
The event aims to raise funds and awareness for the development of a community hub on the site of the former Kinloch Primary School.
Compere for the evening is the weel-kent Rodger Brunton, and there will be live piping, dancing from the talented ladies of the Angus Centre for Performing Arts, a four piece professional ceilidh band and music from folk singer Nick Hunter and co.
According to Kinloch Centre Project chair Peter Murphy the ceilidh has all the ingredients of a great night for a good cause.
He said: “We have around 150 people coming already but we would be delighted to welcome more.
“There are still tickets left if people are interested, the more the merrier and we are hoping to get a good balance of younger to older people.
“There will be music and entertainment until midnight and the bar will be open to 1 a.m., so we have all we need for a good night out.”
Tickets are £15 and includes stovies and traybakes and there will also be a raffle. They can be purchased at The Fobel Shop, Park Avenue, or by calling Peter Murphy on 01241 852106.
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