Party puts cash in charity’s pockets

Christian Hepburne Scott hands a cheque for �2,200 to Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore, honorary patron of the charity Sense Scotland.
The cash was realised when Christian and Diana Muir, of the charitys Borders branch, held a reel party in Humbie village hall. The Tibbermore Band gave their time to play and all ages joined in, including the dowager countess.
The money will be used to help the deaf/blind and those with related problems.

Christian Hepburne Scott hands a cheque for �2,200 to Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore, honorary patron of the charity Sense Scotland. The cash was realised when Christian and Diana Muir, of the charitys Borders branch, held a reel party in Humbie village hall. The Tibbermore Band gave their time to play and all ages joined in, including the dowager countess. The money will be used to help the deaf/blind and those with related problems.

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Christian Hepburne Scott hands a cheque for £2,200 to Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore, honorary patron of the charity Sense Scotland.

The cash was realised when Christian and Diana Muir, of the charity’s Borders branch, held a reel party in Humbie village hall. The Tibbermore Band gave their time to play and all ages joined in, including the dowager countess.

The money will be used to help the deaf/blind and those with related problems.

 

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