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It was all go for Grampian Opportunities


By David Porter

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Volunteers Phyllis Gordon (left) and Angela Hogg with some of their craft wares at Saturday's GO coffee morning, West High Street, Inverurie. Picture: Griselda McGregor
Volunteers Phyllis Gordon (left) and Angela Hogg with some of their craft wares at Saturday's GO coffee morning, West High Street, Inverurie. Picture: Griselda McGregor

ALL GO was the spirit at the Grampian Opportunities (GO) coffee morning in West High Street, Inverurie on Saturday.

Visitors enjoyed coffee, tea, juices and a tasty spread of home baked fine pieces and there were teddies, Hallowe'en trick or trick bags, books, craft bags, and much more.

Proceeds of £380 which were raised at the event will go towards the community larder food bank which offers fresh, dried and frozen goods.

Volunteer organiser Phyllis Gordon said:"We're delighted at the support we have had from the community."

The aims of GO is to empower people to find their way forward.

Volunteer helpers ,( from left) Joyce Duncan, Audrey Ewen, Sarah Flavell at Saturday's GO coffee morning, West High Street, Inverurie. Picture: Griselda McGregor
Volunteer helpers ,( from left) Joyce Duncan, Audrey Ewen, Sarah Flavell at Saturday's GO coffee morning, West High Street, Inverurie. Picture: Griselda McGregor

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