PLOCKTON play area committee held a Hallowe’en disco in Plockton Hall on Friday October 28.
Thirty-three children attended the event which raised £165 for play area funds.
The following morning, the children’s party committee held a coffee morning in Plockton hall which raised £ 530. THE SECOND annual Plockton clean-up was held on Saturday October 29.
Children from the primary school helped with the tidy up filling three skips. A PLOCKTON couple celebrated their golden wedding anniversary last month.
Mr and Mrs Gerry Henderson from the Haven Hotel celebrated the milestone by inviting villagers to a function in the Plockton Hall.
Addie Harper and his band from Wick supplied the music and there was an excellent buffet. PLOCKTON and District Community Council met in Plockton Hall on Monday October 10.
The main item discussed was roads. It was also noted work in Harbour Street had not been completed and that Innes Street and the Airstrip Road need urgent attention. PLOCKTON Small Boat Sailing Club ended the summer season with its annual general meeting.
Twenty members attended the meeting in Plockton Hall. Treasurer Ian Taylor submitted a ‘satisfactory report’ and noted 17 more members had joined the club.
Nine office-bearers were appointed and eight committee members elected.
Robin Smith was selected as commodore. Robin’s father and two brothers were previously commodores at the club.
Other appointments were: vice commodore Ruth Scott; treasurer Ian Taylor; racing and sailing secretary Alexander Mackenzie; main instructor Tristan Southall; timekeeper Sarah Bruce; welfare officer Fiona Mackenzie and social secretary Islay Macrae.
Secretary will be Neil Macrae, whose father held the position from 1969-1987.
Next year’s regatta fortnight will be held from July 24 to August 5. LAST month Plockton saw only 1.5 inches of rain which equalled the amount in June.
There were 19 dry days with temperatures reaching 18°C on the warmest days and 2°C on the coldest.