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Moray's Got Talent

By Alistair Whitfield

Leah Rossvoll
Picture: Emma Adams. Image No. 043940.
Leah Rossvoll Picture: Emma Adams. Image No. 043940.

SINGERS, dancers and even a magician – after its success last year Moray's Got Talent is back again.

The showcase for local performers is taking place in Buckie High School later this month.

The youngest person stepping out into the limelight is aged just 10, with the eldest in their 40s.

Organiser Leah Rosvoll said: "Our message to everyone is to come along for a great night of local entertainment."

Moray's Got Talent, which made its debut last year, is hoping to try match the £440 it raised last year for Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland.

The chosen charity this time around is Contact the Elderly, which hosts tea parties for pensioners.

The event is taking place on Friday, June 21. Doors open 6.30pm for a 7pm start.

Tickes are £5 (cons£2.50) and can be reserved by contacting moraysgottalent@yahoo.com

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