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Our new 'free' Hub is for anyone in the community to gather once a month to get together and enjoy a cup of tea and a cake, purchase goods on sale from cards to homemade goods, delicious cakes and quiches or just pop in for a natter. Bring your little ones for a run around and let off some steam!
The next Hub is on:
22nd May and 19th June
Contact Mairi for more information of just pop along on the day!
The 52nd anniversary of the show will be from 2.00 - 4.00 pm on Sunday 13th August and its going to be bigger than ever with a wide range of classes for all ages and abilities from flowers to veg, to handmade goods and crafts plus childrens classes.
The full schedule will be sent out in April.
For more details contact:
We are a small friendly village side with an emphasis on enjoyment, good facilities, teas, a lovely ground and a superb local pub. Come and join us!
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