Clydebank Association ceilidh for Erskine
The Clydebank Association continue their wonderful work fundraising for Erskine care homes with a ceilidh on Friday April 21 in the Napier Hall, Old Kilpatrick, at 7.30pm.
Erskine was established in 1916 and is now Scotland’s foremost provider of care for veterans - offering nursing, respite, residential and dementia care in four homes in Scotland.
The chairman for the evening is the charity’s chaplain, the Rev Jonathan Fleming, and the singers are Norman MacKinnon, Sheena Walker, Beth Street and Eilidh Cormack. Alasdair MacPhail from Luss will play the accordion and Robert Wood and Iain McPhee will both play the pipes. The evening’s accompanist is Kirsteen Grant.
Admission at the door is £ 8, which includes teas and coffees as well as home baking - proceeds of which go towards this extremely noble cause.