CHEQUE PRESENTATION GOES WITH A BANG

It is fast becoming a tradition that all proceeds from donations collected at Kelso Camera Club's annual exhibition go to a worthy cause ' and the 2012 event was no exception.'BANG (Borders Additional Needs Group) won the support of members and club chairman Ian Topping attended one of the group meetings at Tweedbank Community Centre to present the organisers and children with a cheque for �207.31.

It is fast becoming a tradition that all proceeds from donations collected at Kelso Camera Club's annual exhibition go to a worthy cause ' and the 2012 event was no exception.'BANG (Borders Additional Needs Group) won the support of members and club chairman Ian Topping attended one of the group meetings at Tweedbank Community Centre to present the organisers and children with a cheque for �207.31.

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It is fast becoming a tradition that all proceeds from donations collected at Kelso Camera Club’s annual exhibition go to a worthy cause – and the 2012 event was no exception.

BANG (Borders Additional Needs Group) won the support of members and club chairman Ian Topping attended one of the group meetings at Tweedbank Community Centre to present the organisers and children with a cheque for £207.31.

BANG (www.bordersadditionalneeds.org) is a group run by parents and carers of children with additional, rare and complex needs living in this region. They meet once a month and also organise extra events like visits to the cinema, sessions at Galashiels pool, weekend breaks, etc. They also provide free certified Signalong courses for parents and free music therapy sessions for the children.