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Culbokie Community Market

21 December 2019, Starts: 10:00, Ends: 12:30

Findon Hall     10.00 - 12.30

Richard Fyfe, Chair of Culbokie Community Trust, has emailed

"We’ve been offered the loan of the Cycling Without Age Cromarty trikes (seen below on a recent outing) for the next Culbokie Community Market on Saturday 21st December, 10.00 – 12.30.

"We think this would be great fun for anyone who fancies a trip to the market, but needs a lift to get there.  As you can see from the photo, there are rugs and covers to keep warm – but we won’t be out if the weather’s really horrible on the day. And although the trikes can cope with most surfaces, obviously there are limits!

"If anyone wants to book a lift or ask about suitability, contact Martin (877822 or martin@pennyandmartin.co.uk) and if you know anyone who might be interested, pass the message on!  We need to know numbers by Friday 13th December, so we can arrange the trikes and pilots."

To book a stall or for information about the market email Sylvie Main at market@culbokiect.org

 

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