Sweet way to raise Zambian money
The coffers of a Mid Argyll charity were boosted by the aroma of fresh coffee and lemon drizzle cake.
People were drawn to Lochgilphead Parish Church Hall on Saturday September 15 for a fundraising coffee morning with plenty of home baking.
The two-hour event raised £335, which will help ZamScotEd with its work in Zambia, where it is completing a secondary school in the Lusaka area.
The charity’s founder, Marian Pallister, said: ‘Thanks to everyone who helped us achieve this fantastic sum of money.’
(06_a38ZamScotEd02) Four-year-old Lily with baby Natalie and mum Annie Galloway from Lochgilphead enjoying a cuppa and a cake and, below, Denise MacLean, left, and (06_a38ZamScotEd01) Marian Pallister among the workers at the coffee morning.