Sensory care race night raises £835
A CHARITY which helps the visually impaired and hard of hearing has raised more than £ 800 at a race night.
Lochaber Sensory Care held the successful event in the Volunteer Arms, Fort William. More than 30 people attended and helped the group raise £ 835.
The money will go towards the dayto- day running of the charity.
The group was established in the 2006 and is based at offices in Caol Shopping Centre.
A group spokesman said: ‘Everyone at the Lochaber Sensory Care centre in Caol is delighted to have raised £ 835 at their race night last Friday, May 19.’
‘Thanks go to David Smillie at the Volunteer Arms, Fergie Ferguson and Sean McCartney and the bar staff for all their help and generosity and to everyone who supported the fundraiser.’
Ferguson, The Write Image. Punters enjoy a laugh at the Lochaber Sensory Care Race Night in the Volunteer Arms last Friday night. Photograph: Iain