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Lochaber Rotary Club’s third pop-up cafe of the year raised more than £400 for charities.
The generous Lochaber public and visitors from the cruise ship Amadea supported the event and enjoyed the club’s home-baking, hearty soup and sandwiches.
The local craftworkers’ stalls also reported healthy sales and the club’s book ‘Children’s Bedtime Stories from the Scottish Highlands’ continues to sell well.
Club president Clive Talbot was pleased with the turnout and added: ‘We had a good day. Well over 100 people attended the event and we had great fun and feedback from the Italian and German visitors from the cruise ship.
‘I am grateful to my Rotary colleagues and their wives for their hard work and we look forward to our next event.’
NO F39 Lochaber Rotary cafe