Marie Curie barn dance raises £1000

Saturday 12th Sept.'The Marie Curie Machars fundraising group held an End of Summer Barn dance at Calgow Equestrian Centre where everyone was entertained by The Hoolies and the Bucking Bronco for those who were brave enough. A Great night was had by all and the group would like to thank Martin and Anne Jolly for the use of the equestrian centre,Robert Malcolm for the posters,swiftly taxis,all the many people who put all the man hours in making decorations and building the stage, to everyone who came and danced the night away making it a memorable night. So far a The event has raised just over a �1000 which gives more than 50 hours of free care to the terminally and their families within The Machars,also thank you to everyone who donated raffle prizes.
Saturday 12th Sept.'The Marie Curie Machars fundraising group held an End of Summer Barn dance at Calgow Equestrian Centre where everyone was entertained by The Hoolies and the Bucking Bronco for those who were brave enough. A Great night was had by all and the group would like to thank Martin and Anne Jolly for the use of the equestrian centre,Robert Malcolm for the posters,swiftly taxis,all the many people who put all the man hours in making decorations and building the stage, to everyone who came and danced the night away making it a memorable night. So far a The event has raised just over a �1000 which gives more than 50 hours of free care to the terminally and their families within The Machars,also thank you to everyone who donated raffle prizes.

The Marie Curie Machars Fundraising Group held an End of Summer Barn dance at Calgow Equestrian Centre where everyone was entertained by The Hoolies and the Bucking Bronco for those who were brave enough!

A great night was had by all and the group would like to thank Martin and Anne Jolly for the use of the Jai Jolly Indoor Arena at the equestrian centre, Robert Malcolm for the posters, Swiftly Taxis, all the many people who put all the man hours in making decorations and building the stage, to everyone who donated raffle prizes and especially to everyone who came and danced the night away making it a memorable night.

So far a The event has raised just over a £1000 which gives more than 50 hours of free care to the terminally and their families within The Machars.