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Taigh Ceilidh raise £600 for Poppy Scotland

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Relaxing after a busy lunch.
Relaxing after a busy lunch.

The annual Soup and Sweet in aid of Poppy Scotland held at Taigh Ceilidh, Kinlochbervie, raised nearly £600.

Organised by Jasmine Clarke and Kirsty Holland it has become a popular and well attended fixture on the calendar. Generous donations of food from Bell’s Seafood, the Kinlochbervie Hotel, Taigh Ceilidh, and all those who provided wonderful produce for the day, were gratefully received.

Warming soups catering for all tastes and indulgent desserts were enjoyed in the comfortable surroundings. The home baking table was laden with tempting treats with everything from tablet to lemon curd, honeycomb to red velvet cupcakes. The raffle prize of the impressive poppy themed chocolate cake was won by Rhianne Sutherland.

As a result, the fantastic sum of £594.81 was raised making this the most successful soup and sweet to date.

Pictured (L-R) are: Back - Angela Sutherland, Joanne Barnes, Mairi Eastcroft, Laurie Harris, Jasmine Clarke, Kirsty Holland, Ruth Andrews, Rhianne Sutherland. Front - Sam Barnes and Angus Ross. Taking the photo, but also a helper on the day, was Andy Dawson.

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