Sport Relief in Carnoustie

The SAINSBURY’S Sport Relief Mile is coming to Carnoustie for the first time ever.

On Sunday, March 25, one of the country’s biggest fund-raising events is set to take place and people in the town will have their chance to take part.

Setting off from The Black Slab the Carnoustie mile will follow the coastal cycle path and is set to be an incredible event.

Entrants don’t have to be sporty to take part, but can choose to complete one, three or six miles.

Organiser Elaine Pardoe, of Jogscotland Carnoustie, said: “The Sainsbury’s Sport Relief Mile in Carnoustie is here and it’s your time to shine.

“From young children with their mums and dads, to super sprinters up against the clock there’s something for everyone on the big day.

“This is the first Sainsbury’s Sport Relief Mile here and it’s set to be a great event. So come on, pull your Sport Relief socks up, enter the mile and do something amazing!”

To enter the Carnoustie mile visit sportrelief.com. Entry is only £3 for children, £6 for adults and £15 for a family.

Cowboys wanted

BROUGHTY Ferry Amateur Operatic Society is searching the plains for some singing cowboys and girls for their next production, ‘Oklahoma!’.

Rehearsals are Monday and Wednesday evenings in the Burgh Halls, Brook Street.

For more information visit www.broughtyopera.co.uk.