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Singer Fiona Kennedy supports daffodil tea event at Monymusk


By Kyle Ritchie

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Famine Relief for Orphans in Malawi Scotland held a successful daffodil tea in Monymusk Village Hall on Saturday which raised more than £1100.

Well-known singer and entertainer Fiona Kennedy attended and was soon shopping and enjoying afternoon tea with an old friend and local woman Tracy Morse who lived in Malawi for 20 years.

Kennedy has a long association with the charity and has visited and sung her way across Malawi.

Singer Fiona Kennedy at the daffodil tea held in Monymusk Village Hall. Picture: Griselda McGregor
Singer Fiona Kennedy at the daffodil tea held in Monymusk Village Hall. Picture: Griselda McGregor

Just some of the charity's recent endeavours include building a hostel to offer safe accommodation to young girls, which opened in 2020, and funding feeding stations, maternity units and backpacks of school essentials.

Food is supplied to 3000 orphans and vulnerable children every month and bicycle ambulances have been supplied.

Shipping containers have been sent with medical equipment and other essential supplies.

The event on Saturday was packed out with more and more tables and chairs having to be added to the hall already busy with stalls.

For more information on the charity visit fromscotland.org.uk


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