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STRAW­BERRY FAYRE: Scone Re­mem­bers will host a fundrais­ing straw­berry fayre in the Scone New Church Halls to­mor­row be­tween 2 and 4pm.

Tick­ets are avail­able in ad­vance from the Post Of­fice or on the door on the day.

Scone Re­mem­bers is a regis­tered char­ity with the aim of cre­at­ing a memo­rial walk and gar­dens around the par­ish to com­mem­o­rate the lives of the 71 lo­cal men who died dur­ing the First World War.

MU­SIC: Glen­farg Folk Club’s next meet­ing takes place at Back­stage at the Green Ho­tel in Kin­ross on Mon­day, when it will take the form of a “Sin­garound”.

Then, on July 10, the club will host singer and en­ter­tainer Bob Fox, renowned as “The Song­man” in the stage show War Horse.

Doors open at 7.30pm.

FUND­ING: The Alyth Hill Users Group has re­ceived a £1,398 grant from the Na­tional Lottery.

The group works to main­tain and pro­mote use of the com­mu­nity wood­land for lo­cal peo­ple.

It will use its grant to de­velop a chil­dren’s bike club by train­ing new vol­un­teers and pro­vid­ing more ad­vanced train­ing for ex­ist­ing vol­un­teers.

AGM: Perth Cit­i­zens Ad­vice Bureau holds its 2017 an­nual gen­eral meet­ing in Perth Con­cert Hall on Fri­day Au­gust 18 at 2pm.

Guest speaker will be Rory Mair, the newly ap­pointed chair­man of Cit­i­zens Ad­vice Scot­land.

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