Christmas Party!

Thursday, December 19th 2013

Sixty seven volunteers, friends and visitors arrived at Wathgill last night to dine in style at our annual Christmas Dinner.

The food was fantastic as usual, thank you to all the kitchen staff who worked hard all night providing such excellent service.

The Compass Rose ceilidh band was also accompanied by Johanna and her fiddle as well as Tony and his electronic pipes.

Glennis' quizzes kept people entertained as the evening kicked off - thank you Glennis for spending time to put together these fun quizzes for us all.  The raffle with prizes donated by volunteers and visitors over the last few weeks raised a brilliant £180 for the reserve.  Well done to the winners and thank you to all those who donated items for the hampers.

This was a great evening, enjoyed by all those who attended.  Finally, we wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

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