Charity bingo night raised £1,726 for Cystic Fibrosis Trust

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A charity bingo night in Oban raised £1,726 for the Cystic Fibrosis Trust last Friday.

The money was raised through bingo book sales and a raffle that boasted prizes such as a night for two with dinner at The George Hotel, Inveraray, and a Tennent’s Brewery tour.

The trust will use the money to help fund research into the condition.

Promoter Andrew Buchanan expressed a ‘huge thank you’ to all of the businesses that donated ‘wonderful raffle prizes’.

He said: ‘And a very special mention to our bingo caller, the wonderful Nicola Wilson, who ensures everyone enjoys an entertaining night.

‘Thanks to everyone who bought books of ticket or joined us on the night.

‘Your support will go a long way to building brighter futures and fighting for a life unlimited for those affected by cystic fibrosis.’

There will be another charity bingo night this Friday in aid of the Oban branch of Cancer Research at The View from 7pm.