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We are delighted to announce that Boogie in the Bar is coming to Insch! You may have seen the recent article in the Press and Journal about the success of the Boogie in the Bar dances that began in the Foundry Bar in Aberdeen. It was such a popular idea that Boogies now take place at several locations across Aberdeenshire including Alford, Ellon and Inverurie.
The Boogie events are a way for people to combat loneliness and social isolation, to get together during the day and enjoy themselves in a warm, people friendly environment where everyone is made to feel welcome and included regardless of their age, disabilities, etc. We thought it was time that Insch gave it a try. It will be more of a Boogie in the Church Hall rather than the Bar but the idea is the same.
Why not come along and join us on the 4th of December in the Church Hall on Western Road at 1.30 pm and give it a try? Entry is free.
We would like to say a sincere 'Thank You' to all our anonymous donors. Throughout the year we receive money from people who have handed in donations for us via the hospital or Health Centre or have even paid money directly into our account at the TSB. Often people leave no contact details and sometimes not even a name. This usually means that we cannot thank people for their kindness. If you are one of those donors, please be assured that we really appreciate your generosity.
If however, you are making a donation to us and don't mind leaving contact details, please do so. We always like to say thank you more personally when we can.