Bottle Stall Donations for the Gala

Bottle StallTime to clear out the cupboards !

All donations gratefully received.

We accept anything in a bottle;  booze, soft drinks, sauces even shampoo!

Please call  750514 to arrange a pick-up, alternatively pop your donation into our house at Mill of Uras.

Many thanks
Debbie and Phil Murray

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Mascot Competition at the Gala

 There will be a "Create your own Games Mascot" competition at this year's gala. Any craft and any size - bring him/her along on the day where a winner will be chosen.

This year's gala features a new addition - an "It's a Knockout" style competition. For details contact Steph Rodger on 01569 750297.

Tickets for the evening ceilidh, featuring the fantastic Cabrach, are still available. Contact Callum Cheshire on 07532444200 to book yours.

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Catterline Gala 2014

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Catterline Bike Ride Restarts

Catterline Bike RideThe Catterline Bike Ride is restarting after the winter break, meeting at the phone box at 6.30pm every Tuesday evening from 22dn April onwards.

All welcome.

Rowing Club Meeting - All Welcome

Spirit of CatterlineSpring is here and it is time to get the boat back on the water.

To kick off the season, it would be great to get together.

Therefore you are invited to come to the Creel on Sunday evening at 19:30 to discuss plans for the summer.

Hopefully we can arrange regular outings and get as many people as possible rowing.  We would love to hear what times best suit people and who would like to be involved this year.

In addition, we have received and invitation for the Catterline boat to participate in the Portsoy festival at the end of June, which involves some races against 15 other boats, across a number of categories (male/female/mixed, novice/experienced, youth/open/over 40/over 50).  If you meet any of these criteria, here's your chance to take part in a great weekend.   The Portsoy festival has lots of other boats/maritime events, a folk festival, a food hall and a ceilidh.

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