Clachan sale boosts hall funds
A myriad of items of all shapes and sizes were sold at a Clachan Village Hall table top sale in aid of the hall’s refurbishment. Sellers from across the area converged on the hall to sell wares new and old, including books and collectables, as well as crafts, plants, home-baking, preserves, candles and cards, to a good turnout of visitors last Saturday. Tea, coffee and cakes were on offer with a large group of walkers keeping the volunteers busy for part of the afternoon. The fundraiser made £198.22 which will go towards the renewal or refurbishment of the hall.
Glynis Lewin sold items for the hall’s benefit. 50_c38clchan03
Zoe Weir sold some more modern items. 50_c38clchan05
Grace Norris, eight, was in charge of a bric-a-brac stall.
The items on Julia Griffiths’ stall were varied and interesting. 50_c38clchan04
Anne MacArthur, Morag Duff and Susan Ward served tea and coffee.