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Turriff Show ladies day excited to support CLAN and Home Start


By Kirsty Brown

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This weekend’s sold-out Turriff Show ladies day event will be championing local charities.

Reflecting the global events of the last few years, the event is called Here We Go Again...Finally! and all money raised from the afternoon will be split between Clan Cancer Support, who operate support sessions in Turriff Library, and Home Start Deveron, who are looking to establish a hub in Turriff so that they can better support local families.

Revellers are in for a treat as they will enjoy a ladies lunch followed by an afternoon inspired by ABBA’s recent comeback, with entertainment provided by popular tribute band Voyage.

The organising committee decided that this year they wanted the funds to help local people, and recognised the impact of the pandemic on these services.

It is also hoped that the event can help to raise awareness of the services offered locally by these charities, with many not realising that they exist or have returned after lockdown.

Turriff Show's ladies day will this be supporting Home Start Deveron and Clan Cancer Support. Picture: Kirsty Brown
Turriff Show's ladies day will this be supporting Home Start Deveron and Clan Cancer Support. Picture: Kirsty Brown

Organisers are grateful for all of the sponsors, who have made the event possible and ensure that as much money as possible can go to charity.

Main sponsor Annie Kenyon, of Annie Kenyon Architect and Developments, said: “I’m delighted to be sponsoring what has turned into the ‘party of the year’ for Turriff ladies.

“After such an unexpected few years for everyone I think we all deserve to let our hair down and celebrate together.”

Other sponsors included Bridgend Aggregates, JHJ and Thorneybank Farm Shop, and numerous local businesses have contributed to the auction and raffle.


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