Strawberry tea goes down a treat at Lochaber trust

LRET OPEN DAY 17/8/19 Children were enthralled as Margaret Boyd read extracts from her book at the open day held by Lochaber Rural Education Trust. Margaret’s book, about a the exploits of a cat and her encounter with a witch centre around the An Clachan Centre where the Trust is based and will be published soon. Picture Iain Ferguson, alba.photos

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An Clachan at Lochaber Rural Complex was packed last Saturday with people attending the Strawberry Tea organised by Lochaber Rural Education Trust.

Homemade soup and a selection of home baking was enjoyed by all. Freshly dug potatoes, jams, baking and sweets were quickly sold at the produce table while children enjoyed Story Time, crafts and other competitions.

Entertainment was provided by Lochaber Strathspey and Reel Society with Gaelic songs from Hannah Calder.

It was a very happy event and over £700 was raised for the charity. Everyone is thanked for their support.  Quiz Nights will start in September. Check the ‘What’s On’ in Lochaber Times for dates.

 

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Children were enthralled as Margaret Boyd read extracts from her book at the open day held by Lochaber Rural Education Trust. Margaret’s book, about a the exploits of a cat and her encounter with a witch centre around the An Clachan Centre where the Trust is based and will be published soon. Picture Iain Ferguson, alba.photos

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