Sen­sory care race night raises £835

The Oban Times - - Districts -

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

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