Ceilidh goes with a swing

Rotary Ceilidh: Though the bad weather meant a smaller event than intended, the Rotary Ceilidh went with a swing at the City Hall last Saturday. Rotary Club President Paul Roberts said: 'The Barrack Brothers Ceilidh band was excellent and I'm pleased to announce that, although the main aim of the evening was a bit of fun, over �500 had been raised for the level 8 charity.' 'Level 8 charity is based in Carnoustie and supports self help projects throughout the World. Pictured are the Barrack Brothers leading some energetic dancing.

Rotary Ceilidh: Though the bad weather meant a smaller event than intended, the Rotary Ceilidh went with a swing at the City Hall last Saturday. Rotary Club President Paul Roberts said: 'The Barrack Brothers Ceilidh band was excellent and I'm pleased to announce that, although the main aim of the evening was a bit of fun, over �500 had been raised for the level 8 charity.' 'Level 8 charity is based in Carnoustie and supports self help projects throughout the World. Pictured are the Barrack Brothers leading some energetic dancing.

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Though the bad weather meant a smaller event than intended, the Rotary Ceilidh went with a swing at the City Hall last Saturday.

Rotary Club President Paul Roberts said: “The Barrack Brothers Ceilidh band was excellent and I’m pleased to announce that, although the main aim of the evening was a bit of fun, over £500 had been raised for the Level 8 charity.”

Level 8 charity is based in Carnoustie and supports self help projects throughout the World. Pictured are the Barrack Brothers leading some energetic dancing.