HAGGIS AND NEEPS: Delicious vegetable soup, haggis, neeps and some tasty alternatives were on the menu at the Olde Ship on Burns Night.
The rest of the evening, Seahouses and District Rotarians dealt with club business enjoying the warm friendly fellowship while making plans for future fund-raising, dinners, conferences and the like.
The ongoing campaign to eliminate polio internationally reaches a climax in February when Polio Day and the centenary of Rotary in Britain and Northern Ireland herald a spate of activities in the area including, we hope, the blossoming of the thousands of purple crocuses planted around the area thanks to Rotary sponsorship and the support of many individuals and groups.
Rotary clubs are friendly places where people can join together in fellowship to work to benefit society at home and abroad and have fun in the process.
The club meets at the Olde Ship on Tuesdays at 7pm with visitors welcome.
For more information contact Margaret Claydon on 01665 720472 or Kelvin Rushworth at firstname.lastname@example.org