Scottish Country Dancing is a great way to keep physically and mentally fit, and to enjoy meeting socially with others. The group welcomes people of all abilities and levels. No experience is necessary as the dances are always walked through first.
We meet on a Monday evening, 7:30 – 9:30 pm, from September to March.
Our Cafe is open during term time.
Soup with bread, homebakes and teas and coffees will be served between 12 noon and 2pm.
With your safety in mind we will continue with table service and spacing of tables.
We look forward to welcoming you again soon.
We meet on Mondays and Thursdays at 2pm from September to March, players of all ages, beginners or experienced are welcome.
Our next meeting will be in the Session Room (within the church) on Wednesday 4th May at 2pm.
Come and meet up with friends and neighbours and enjoy spending time together over a refreshing cuppa and indulge in a delicious home-made scone or slice of cake.
Have you been meaning to meet up with a friend? Bring them along to the Café. Does your neighbour need a treat? Bring them along to the Café or just come yourself and enjoy some delicious food and great company.
Our next meeting is Wednesday 18th May at 10.45am in the cafe which is run in the church hall.
The craft group meet on Friday afternoons in the Church hall from 2.15pm for craft, coffee and chat. The craft group make crafts for the Church outreach projects, Church coffee mornings and other local charities.
Bring along your own craft project to work on in the first instance.
If you are looking for Fellowship, Faith and Fun, then come and join the Guild – all are welcome. Come along to a meeting and give us a try.
For the three years 2021-2024, we will be concentrating on the chosen strategy, “Look Forward in Faith”.
Our main focus is fellowship. At each meeting we have a speaker or an activity. Some recent highlights have been Tai Chi, Scotland’s Garden Scheme, A Quiz Night and Flower Arranging.
We usually have two main fundraising events each year. Money we raise is donated to designated Guild Projects, our own Church, and some local charities. Our Coffee Morning with all the usual stalls is held on a Saturday in November from 10am to 12 noon. We also often have a concert in February with entertainment from a local group, followed by refreshments in the hall.
When do we meet?
From September to March.
At the moment both the Afternoon and Evening Guild have joined together.
For further details of any Guild activity please contact Committee members
For national information see www.churchofscotland.org.uk